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Macular Scar

Macular scar refers to the fibrous tissue growth that forms in place of normal retinal tissue on the macular area. Macular holes, age-related macular degeneration, and macular detachment are common causes of this condition. Blurry vision is the most common symptom. In patients with mild symptoms, treatment is not required; however, surgery might be necessary in severe cases.

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Why am I not able to see anything with my left eye?

Query: Hi doctor,Almost three weeks back, I started to notice a deterioration in the vision of my left eye due to a constant black spot that I see in the center of my eye. This leaves me practically incapable of seeing anything with the left eye. I am taking the tablet Galvas Met (Vildagliptin and Metformi...  Read Full »

Dr. Gopal R. Damani

Answer: Hi,Welcome to seen in your OCT, you have a choroidal neovascular membrane (CNVM) scar at your macula. This is the area of the eye with the maximum vision, hence the black point in your vision is seen. As seen in OCT, there is no fluid or swelling present as of now, so continue with yo...  Read Full »

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