Central Serous Chorioretinopathy

Central serous chorioretinopathy Troubled by sudden onset blurred central vision with distortion? Though there are numerous causes; Central Serous Chorioretinopathy (CSCR) is among the most common reasons for such symptoms to develop in patients 20-50 years of age. Other conditions often responsible for such symptoms in patients older than 50 include macular edema, choroidal neovascularization, […]

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One in ten people in the US currently has diabetes and the incidence is growing such that the CDC projects that as many as one in three people in the US may have diabetes in 2050!  As such, the prevalence of Diabetic eye disease is likely to increase.  Diabetes can impact the eye by increasing


New Onset of Floaters & Flashes

New Onset Floaters & Flashes, Don’t Wait…… Harmless Floaters Noticing a few new dark cobwebs, specks or thread like strands darting around your vision more noticeable under well-lit conditions? These “Floaters” are the result of new opacities within the vitreous gel core of your eye casting shadows on the film like retinal tissue lining the

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