The retina is a complex tissue that lines that back of the interior wall of your eye. It is very thin and delicate and serves a crucial part of your eyesight. Keep reading to learn more about what the retina does and why it’s a key part of how we see! How the retina works… Read More
If you begin to suddenly experience spots, floaters, and bright flashes of light you should take these symptoms very seriously. They could be symptoms of a serious condition known as a detached retina. Your vision might start to become blurry or you could experience the sensation of seeing a shadow descend across your vision. A… Read More
The eye is a marvelous organ that takes light and, in partnership with the nervous system, transforms it into a meaningful scene. It’s also very self-sufficient. It is self-focusing, self-adjusting, and self-cleaning. The job of focusing incoming light is occupied by the retina, which works closely with the brain, to allow us to see the… Read More
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