Flies and sparks
Have you ever come across that, when you look at a flat field (such as a white paper or blue sky), you’ll notice small particles of dust that go up and down in front of your eyes, and the more you blade, it’s just like a small shadow in front of your eyes. have? These pesky shadows are called flies. It usually moves flying flying eyes, but because it’s moving in the opposite direction of the eye, it can not be tracked with the eye.
What is mexporan?
Magnesium is in fact a shadow of turbidity in the vitreous fluid that falls on the retina and is seen as a dark shadow. These opacities may be due to the adhesion and thickening of the vitreous, the accumulation of inflammatory cells in the vitreous, or bleeding within the eye.
What is vitreous?
The vitreous jelly fluid is similar to the raw egg whites that fill most of the inside of the eye (from the back of the lens to the retina) and help maintain the spheric eye structure and keep the retina in place. The vitreous building is made up of a sponge net composed of very delicate fibers that contains plenty of water and soluble materials, giving it gelatinous form. The strands in the vitreous are denser in the outer regions of the vitreous, and have fairly solid connections to the retina’s inner layers.
Why is Magazine Created?
Magnesium is a very common complication and, with age, it increases, with more than 70-60% of people over the age of 60 having experienced mexporane.
Strands in vitreous in children and young people are usually very delicate and not seen, but as the age rises, the strands thicken and cling together in some places, creating a cloudy look that reflects the shadow of this opacity on the retina as moxipran. In addition, in many older people, part of the vitreous environment that connects to the retina is removed from its place and goes into the central parts of the vitreous. This condition called posterior posterior secretion is the most common cause of moxiferan formation. Sometimes inflammation of the intraocular (uveitis) causes the accumulation of inflammatory cells in the vitreous, which causes the formation of meloxram. Another cause of moxipran is the presence of intra-vitreous hemorrhage; for example, in diabetic patients, mild bleeding may first be seen as a moxipran.
Who is the most commonly used metaprolone?
People over 60 years old
Close people between
People with a history of ocular surgery (especially cataract surgery).
People with history of intraocular inflammation (uveitis).
What is spark
In the eye medicine, the spark means the sense of light in the field of vision when there is in fact no optical stimulus. The spark may appear as brilliant lines of lightning or as luminous fines. The spark may only be seen at a specific point in the visual field or in the form of multiple micro-points in the part of the visual field. Feeling like sparking only takes a few seconds, but it often repeats itself. It usually sparks more in dark environments. In addition, sudden head or eye movements may cause sparks.
Why is the spark generated?
As mentioned earlier, as the age rises, the filaments become thicker and become more adhesive. This vitreous adhesion may cause retinal contraction. Since the retinal cells respond to stimuli in the light of understanding, any factor that stimulates the cells in the retina is interpreted in the brain as light. That’s why, when the retina is pulled up, light sparks are visible.
Is sputum and dangers dangerous?
Many people have had a long time ago and have not found any special problems. Flies that have been around for many years and have not changed a lot are usually not a threat, but the emergence of new flies can be caused by serious ocular problems. Of course, as it was said, the most common cause of the emergence of a new flies (posterior vitreous detachment) is that it does not pose a risk to itself, but occasionally, along with the secretion of the vitreous, a part of the retina is also laced with it, causing a hole or tear in the retina Which can cause retinal detachment and severe vision problems.
As previously mentioned, sparking is usually due to retinal traction and stimulation, so in people who have recently been sparked, there is a possibility of a rupture in the retina.
It is not possible to detect the cause of spark and moxiferan without proper ophthalmic examination, so it is imperative that everyone who has a spark or new magnesium be examined by an ophthalmologist. To perform the examination, the pupil is first opened using special drops and then examined using lenses and specialist glass and rectum. If there is no problem in the examination (posterior vitreous detachment) and the retina is healthy, there is usually no danger and no special action is needed, but in cases where damage to the retina is present or there is bleeding or inflammation in the eye. Treatment should be done.
Occasionally, one can not determine the precise cause of Ms. In this case, it is usually necessary to repeat the examination at intervals of 3 to 2 weeks, until we are sure that there is no dangerous cause.
One important point is that sparkle, even if it occurs with retinal rupture, usually disappears after a few days to a few weeks; flies fly even in the event of accompanying retina tear after a few weeks. Therefore, in people who have a new spark or flies, even if they are self-sufficient, a full eye examination is required. Can the spark be curable?
As previously mentioned, mespran is usually not a dangerous cause and does not require any treatment. In most cases, after a few weeks to a few months, the fly is gradually shrinking and the person is accustomed to not catching it. However, in cases of flies with a hole or rupture of the retina, it may be necessary to take therapeutic measures, such as laser or surgery, to prevent retinal tears.
Spark also resolves after a few days to a few weeks if there is no cause and does not require treatment.