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My left eye can focus but my vision through it isn't very crisp after pvd, why?

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Dr. LINDA VARGAS
Ophthalmology

In brief: Several reasons

A posterior vitreous detachment may "hover" or contract in front of the visual axis and thus cause blurring of your vision.
Vitreous isn't always clear. It can have strands within it that are thicker and more visible and these are called vitreous debris or opacities.

In brief: Several reasons

A posterior vitreous detachment may "hover" or contract in front of the visual axis and thus cause blurring of your vision.
Vitreous isn't always clear. It can have strands within it that are thicker and more visible and these are called vitreous debris or opacities.
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