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Retinal Disorders

The retina is a layer of film like tissue in the back of your eye that perceives light and sends the impulse to your brain to visualise what we see. The macula is the center most important part of retina, providing the sharpest central vision needed for seeing fine details.

It provides the sharp, central vision needed for reading, driving and seeing fine detail. Disorders affecting this vital tissue can be serious enough to cause blindness, which could be treated by retinal surgery. The best way to understand the treatment options is to book a consultation.

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Floaters in your vision are common visual symptoms. They are not usually serious but may be troublesome.

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Macular hole OCT shrewsbury retinal surgeon


Macular hole is a small defect in the centre of the retina, affecting your central vision. Macular hole surgery can close macular hole.

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Epiretinal Membrane over macula


Epiretinal membrane is a thin membrane which develops on the surface of the retina causing distortion of your vision. Membrane peel surgery can reduce distortion.

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This is when the retinal layer detaches from its normal position at the back of the eye. This is an emergency condition.

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