Posted 26 November 2012 - 11:02 AM
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Posted 26 November 2012 - 11:10 AM
But, as has already been mentioned, that results in quick onset of cataracts, and can cause retinal detachment or tearing. It would only be an option for whom floaters resulted in disabling vision.
I believe you can have the goo in your eye sucked out and replaced. I have awful floaters and that was put to me as an option YMMV
My wife had vitreous detachment that fortunately did not result in retinal separation, but she has a gauzy, cloudy vision in her field of view from about 25 degrees off axis out. She investigated vitrectomy and thought the risk too high.
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