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Common Retinal Diseases

The eye is one of the most important organs in the body and the retina receives information about everything you see such as colors, shapes and movements. Thousands of times each day, the eyes move and focus on images near and far, providing detailed 3-Dimensional pictures of the world around us. The eyes help accumulate a lifetime of memories in a visual form, making it a gift that is unlike any other. Retina disorders can affect the way that you process visual information and lead to distorted or absent vision. Retina Group of Florida realizes how much one relies on their vision. Using the very latest methods, Retina Group of Florida can diagnose and treat the full spectrum of retinal disorders, including the conditions listed below.

The retina is the tissue lining the back of the eye that is responsible for vision. It receives images somewhat like the film in a camera. The macula is the central part of the retina and helps with tasks requiring fine detail such as reading and driving. The vitreous is a transparent jelly-like substance in front of the retina that fills the rear two-thirds of the eye.

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