Posterior vitreous detachment is a natural phenomenon that occurs when the vitreous gel that fills the eyeball gets separated from the retina. It is an age-related eye problem that occurs most commonly in people older than 60. It can cause flashes or floaters in the sight of a person.
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Query: Hello doctor, I have eyes flashes for about five years now. After I have an accident on my nose it looks like the liquid in the eyes is moving or pulling. What treatment I can do? Although I did a lot of tests for retina, what else I can do insted of waiting to see if this problem stops by it self... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Flashes in front of eyes is a classical sign of retinal detachment and posterior vitreous detachment. You should get your retina checked by a vitreo retinal specialist. Since you had trauma near your eye just before these flashes started, there is a strong possibilit... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor, I think I have a trematode (fluke) on my eyes and it seems to enter behind the eye as well. The trematode passes the vision at times and I can then distinguish the structure of the body, quite complex body and transparent. When I go to the mirror to see it I cannot. Wh... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Regarding your problem, I am not very sure that it is a (fluke) trematode in your eye. By the description of the anomaly that you are giving, I think it is a floater. Just check for images of floaters eye on google and you should see exactly what I am talking about. ... Read Full »