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Has anyone experienced bleeding behind retina or detached retina?

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Dr. Sheron Marshall
Ophthalmology

In brief: Retinal Detachment

Common signs of a retinal tear or detachment include seeing flashing lights, new floaters, or noticing a curtain or veil over your vision.
If you are noticing any of these signs or are having a sudden change in vision, you need to make an appointment to see your eye md.

In brief: Retinal Detachment

Common signs of a retinal tear or detachment include seeing flashing lights, new floaters, or noticing a curtain or veil over your vision.
If you are noticing any of these signs or are having a sudden change in vision, you need to make an appointment to see your eye md.
Dr. Sheron Marshall
Dr. Sheron Marshall
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology

In brief: Many

These are conditions in which the retina, the visual film at the back of the eye, becomes loosened from its moorings which disturbs the vision and can cause permanent loss of not fixed.
Bleeding can also lift off the retina but more commonly causes a blockage of vision by covering up the front of the retina. See your retinal ophthalmologist for diagnosis and treatment which is possible.

In brief: Many

These are conditions in which the retina, the visual film at the back of the eye, becomes loosened from its moorings which disturbs the vision and can cause permanent loss of not fixed.
Bleeding can also lift off the retina but more commonly causes a blockage of vision by covering up the front of the retina. See your retinal ophthalmologist for diagnosis and treatment which is possible.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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