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 What are floaters in the retina of the eye?

Answer If you have every seen what appears to be floating debris in front of your eye that you cannot reach out and grab, then there is a very good chance that it is not debris at all but rather something... Read More »
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What causes floaters in the eye?

Floaters in the eye are clumped fibers of the eye's vitreous humor that cast a shadow on the retina. Eye floaters may appear as gray or black specks, cobwebs or strings that change position when a ... Read More »
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What are floaters in the eye?

Eyes are filled with a gel-like substance called vitreous fluid. As the eye ages, the vitreous fluid begins to slowly breakdown and become a liquid. Sometimes pieces of the vitreous fluid detach th... Read More »
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What do eye floaters look like?

Eye floaters are a seemingly harmless nuisance often associated with age that interrupt your field of vision. The appearance of floaters is varied, and the number of floaters is often dependent on ... Read More »
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Has anybody had eye floaters?

I have floaters also and whilst I have not had the operation done to get rid of them I do know a little about it.Basically the idea of the laser surgery is that the surgery is able to blast these p... Read More »
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