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Understanding Retinoblastoma

Despite the fact that it is not a widely known condition, retinoblastoma is the most commonly-seen cancer that affects children’s eyes.  Occurring most frequently in young children and rarely in adults, retinoblastoma is a form of cancer that affects the retina, or the light-sensitive tissue found in the back of the eyes.  It most commonly… Read More »



Common Questions about Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy

Retinal detachment is a serious problem in which the retina separates from underlying tissue, leading to major vision issues. Thankfully it can be treated, often with effective results. In this emergency situation, however, patients who do not receive proper care may lose their sight. Patients suffering from this condition may receive treatment in the form… Read More »





Understanding Macular Holes | Top 5 Patient Questions

While it’s a relatively uncommon cause of vision loss, affecting only 3 in every 1000 people, macular holes can cause damage to one’s central vision if not properly treated. While its symptoms are similar to those of macular degeneration, macular holes represent a different condition altogether. A macular hole occurs when there is a small break… Read More »




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