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Retina, macula, yellow spot Diseases


Retinal Diseases

The retina is the innermost part of the eyeball layers and contains the light-sensitive receptors. The function of the retina is to perceive and send the information presented to itself in the form of light energy to the brain. The human brain is most interested in contrasts to detect objects in the outside world. While converting light into electrochemical energy, the retina converts the information generated by the contrast of dark and light into neural signals that have meaning in the visual brain. The main functional components of the retina are photoreceptors. Photoreceptors are composed of cells called rod, which is responsible for seeing in the dark, and cone, which is responsible for seeing in the light.

Symptoms of Retinal Diseases

Blurred distance and near vision
More light needed for better vision
Colors appear paler
Visual impairment when switching from bright light to dim light
Difficulty recognizing faces
Dark/blurred areas of central vision
Seeing straight lines as crooked
• Sudden or slow vision loss,
• Broken-curved vision
• Flashes of light,
• Fly flying,
• Objects moving in front of the eye,
• Screening of the view,
• Transient and short-term vision loss,
• Formation of dark areas in the field of view.
loss of central vision
Black/empty pitches not seen in the center
Colors are less bright

What are Retinal Diseases?

• Vascular diseases of the retina
• Retinal diseases to diabetes
• Retinal vessel occlusions
• Retinal detachments
• Age-related macular degeneration (AMD),
• Macular holes (macular hole), epiretinal membrane
• Other macular (yellow spot) diseases
• Congenital diseases of the retina
• Intraretinal and subretinal hemorrhages,
• Fluid accumulation under the retina,
• Vascular diseases of the retina,
• Congenital and hereditary diseases

In our clinic, important retinal diseases are successfully treated by using new generation methods in the treatment of retinal diseases.