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ARKANSAS RETINA CLINIC

ARKANSAS RETINA CLINIC

 

Baptist Eye Center,

Suite 501 9800 Lile Drive,

Little Rock, AR 72205

501-223-8400 / 800-336-0160

 

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RETINAL DETACHMENT

A retinal detachment is a serious condition which can lead to permanent vision loss if not treated. A retinal detachment is caused when a retinal tear allows fluid to pass behind the retina, lifting it from its normal position. Symptoms of a retinal detachment include flashing lights, floaters, curtain in vision, or significant decline in vision.

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MACULAR DEGENERATION

Macular degeneration is a disease of the retina which leads to scaring and bleeding of the macula. It leads to blurring and distortion of the central vision. There are two types of macular degeneration: wet and dry. Neither of the types tends to cause total blindness but can cause significant visual compromise. Dry macular degeneration is caused by deposits in the macula that lead to retinal damage.

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FLOATERS/FLASHES

Floaters/Flashes are symptoms that are caused by a change in the vitreous which is a viscous jelly located in the posterior portion of our eye. Patients often describe floaters as “spider webs”, “gnats”, “specks”, or “squigglies” in their vision. This is caused by condensation of proteins within the vitreous cavity that casts shadows on our retina. Flashers are often described as “lightning streaks” or “strobe lights”.

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DIABETES

Diabetes can manifest inside the eye and lead to significant problems. Diabetes may lead to structural changes within the blood vessels which lead to fluid leakage or bleeding within the eye. Diabetes may also lead to abnormal new blood vessels that can easily bleed or cause traction on the retina. CLICK FOR MORE INFO

MACULAR DEGENERATION

Macular degeneration is a disease of the retina which leads to scaring and bleeding of the macula. It leads to blurring and distortion of the central vision. There are two types of macular degeneration: wet and dry. Neither of the types tends to cause total blindness but can cause significant visual compromise. Dry macular degeneration is caused by deposits in the macula that lead to retinal damage. CLICK FOR MORE INFO

RETINAL DETACHMENT

A retinal detachment is a serious condition which can lead to permanent vision loss if not treated. A retinal detachment is caused when a retinal tear allows fluid to pass behind the retina, lifting it from its normal position. Symptoms of a retinal detachment include flashing lights, floaters, curtain in vision, or significant decline in vision. CLICK FOR MORE INFO

FLOATERS/FLASHES

Floaters/Flashes are symptoms that are caused by a change in the vitreous which is a viscous jelly located in the posterior portion of our eye. Patients often describe floaters as “spider webs”, “gnats”, “specks”, or “squigglies” in their vision. This is caused by condensation of proteins within the vitreous cavity that casts shadows on our retina. Flashers are often described as “lightning streaks” or “strobe lights”. CLICK FOR MORE INFO

DIABETES

Diabetes can manifest inside the eye and lead to significant problems. Diabetes may lead to structural changes within the blood vessels which lead to fluid leakage or bleeding within the eye. Diabetes may also lead to abnormal new blood vessels that can easily bleed or cause traction on the retina. CLICK FOR MORE INFO

MACULAR DEGENERATION

Macular degeneration is a disease of the retina which leads to scaring and bleeding of the macula. It leads to blurring and distortion of the central vision. There are two types of macular degeneration: wet and dry. Neither of the types tends to cause total blindness but can cause significant visual compromise. Dry macular degeneration is caused by deposits in the macula that lead to retinal damage. CLICK FOR MORE INFO

RETINAL DETACHMENT

A retinal detachment is a serious condition which can lead to permanent vision loss if not treated. A retinal detachment is caused when a retinal tear allows fluid to pass behind the retina, lifting it from its normal position. Symptoms of a retinal detachment include flashing lights, floaters, curtain in vision, or significant decline in vision. CLICK FOR MORE INFO

FLOATERS/FLASHES

Floaters/Flashes are symptoms that are caused by a change in the vitreous which is a viscous jelly located in the posterior portion of our eye. Patients often describe floaters as “spider webs”, “gnats”, “specks”, or “squigglies” in their vision. This is caused by condensation of proteins within the vitreous cavity that casts shadows on our retina. Flashers are often described as “lightning streaks” or “strobe lights”. CLICK FOR MORE INFO

DIABETES

Diabetes can manifest inside the eye and lead to significant problems. Diabetes may lead to structural changes within the blood vessels which lead to fluid leakage or bleeding within the eye. Diabetes may also lead to abnormal new blood vessels that can easily bleed or cause traction on the retina. CLICK FOR MORE INFO

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