Retinal Detachment Repair
What is it? Overview Usage Side Effects and Warnings

Retinal Detachment Repair Usage

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Reasons for Procedure

This procedure is done to place the retina back into its proper position. It is used to try to restore vision.

If your vision was good before the detachment, a successful operation usually restores vision to good levels. If vision was poor before the detachment, final visual return may be slow and remain incomplete after surgery. A peripheral retinal detachment will likely heal quicker than one that involves the macula (central retina) or a total detachment.

The longer the retina has been detached, the less likely it is that vision will be restored.



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