detached retina


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ret·i·nal de·tach·ment

, detachment of retina [MIM*312530, MIM*180050]
loss of apposition between the sensory retina and the retinal pigment epithelium.

detached retina

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He claims to have been punched by the midfielder which left him suffering a suspected detached retina.
A later operation for a detached retina in his right eye saved him from total blindness.
After several surgeries on a detached retina that got worse after every trip to Mississippi, Rather is now legally blind in her right eye.
I'm still not yet in contact training because the medical people have told me that there is still a risk that I might get a detached retina.
Harrison claims he is keen to meet Bruno but hinted that the veteran may not be in the best physical shape after a detached retina forced his retirement.
But if they increase, it may be from a tear that can lead to a detached retina.
Harshad Shah, an ophthalmologist, after another physician diagnosed a detached retina in his right eye.
This exhibition explores art in a variety of media such as drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, mixed media, and photography through the eyes of artists who have visual impairments such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, monocular vision, detached retina, cataract, color deficiency, and total blindness.
Shipman, has suffered vision problems for years and had an operation to repair a detached retina in June.
It was a detached retina, requiring immediate surgery.
I recently had surgery to repair a detached retina.
Yet, LASER's first medical use was for the cure of detached retina.