Retina

The retina is a layer of the eyeball lining its back wall, which consists of light-sensitive cells. Retinal diseases threaten our sight directly. Retinal detachment is a severe eye disease, which, in the absence of treatment, results in complete blindness. This is detachment of the retina from the vascular membrane.

The retina ceases to function normally and the vision decreases dramatically. Only a specialist can determine if you have a retinal detachment, what is its degree, will conduct all necessary examinations using modern high-precision equipment