Central Serous Retinopathy

Central Serous Retinopathy Blurred vision in adults may be caused by Choroidal Serous Chorioretinopathy (CSR). Central Serous is a condition where fluid accumulates in the layer underneath the retina. This fluid causes the retina to detach and results in blurred...

Choroidal Melanoma

Choroidal Melanoma Melanoma is a cancer that begins in the melanocytes, the pigment producing cells in the body and can occur many places including on the skin, in the digestive tract, in the spinal cord, and in the eye. Ocular (uveal) melanoma, or melanoma of the...

Choroidal Nevus

Choroidal Nevus A choroidal nevus (plural nevi) is a flat, benign, colored spot that appears on the inside of the eye, similar to freckles or moles on the skin. A choroidal nevus refers specifically to a pigmented mark that forms in the choroid, a layer behind the...

Retinal Detachments

Retinal Detachments A retinal detachment is a very serious and vision threatening condition. It happens when the photo-sensitive retina separates from the wall of the eye. The retina is then left without its blood supply or nourishment and promptly stops working. If...

Posterior Vitreous Detachment

Posterior Vitreous Detachment When we are born we have a gel-like substance called vitreous that fills the eye and is firmly attached to the back wall of the eye, the retina. As we age the vitreous in our eyes begins to liquefy and shrink. This is a...
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