Clinical Information For the Treatment Of Retinal Detachment
What Is Retinal Detachment?
Retinal Detachment - Basics
Retinal Detachment occurs when the retina, the layer of light-sensitive tissue that lines the eye, becomes displaced from its supporting layers. This often is the result of retinal scarring or tearing, or can be caused by an inflammatory eye disease or trauma. Symptoms of a retinal detachment include blurred or cloudy vision, the appearance of floaters or specks in the line of vision, and the appearance of bright flashes of light. Risk factors for retinal detachment include previous eye surgery, extreme nearsightedness, eye injury and family history of retinal detachment.
Below you will find alternative and natural treatment options including those from a Chinese Medicine perspective for Retinal Detachment.
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