A macular hole can occur for several reasons and is identified as a small break in the macula of the eye causing visual impairment.
Central serous retinopathy occurs due to a collection of fluid below the retina and can cause unpleasant symptoms that affect vision quality.
Cystoid macular edema occurs when abnormal fluid accumulates in the macula, resulting in the presence of cyst-like fluid groupings that impair vision.
When scar tissue forms on the surface of the retina, it can cause the retina to wrinkle, resulting in blurry vision. This is called a macular pucker.
We have surgical (pars plana vitrectomy) and nonsurgical options (Jetrea injections) for treating your vitreous body disorder for real relief.
With no known cure, idiopathic parafoveal telangiectasia (PFT) can be managed with intravitreal injections and laser photocoagulation treatments here.
By removing eye's vitreous gel (vitrectomy), our doctors can treat a retinal detachment, remove scar tissue, and diagnose other disorders of the eye.