MACULA HOLE

MACULA HOLE OR MACULAR HALL IS A SUDDEN PERFORACY OCCURING IN THE MACULA REGION, THE CENTER OF THE OPINION LAYER RETINA OF THE EYE.

IT HAPPENS Spontaneously, WITHOUT ANY REASON, OFTEN. IT IS MORE VISIBLE AFTER 55-60 YEARS. RARELY IT MAY BE AFTER TRAUMA IN THE EYES.

SOME TIME BEFORE THE MACULA HOLE OCCURRED, THE PATIENT MAY HAVE COMPLAINTS, SUCH AS Slight decrease in vision, skew in straight lines, and vision of objects smaller or larger than they are. THIS IS CAUSED BY DRAWINGS AND CYST FORMATION WHICH IS APPLIED TO THE MACULA WITH VITREUS LIQUID.

AFTER THE MACULA HOLE OCCURRED, A PERMANENT BLIND SPOT IS OCCURRED IN THE VISION CENTER.

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THE PATIENT LOOKS DARK WHERE HE LOOKS. SURROUNDING VISION IS PROTECTED.

THE BIGGER THE MACULA HOLE, THE GREATER THIS BLIND SPOT GETS OVER TIME.

VITRECTOMY SURGERY IS APPLIED TO THE PATIENT IN THE TREATMENT. IT IS A SEAMLESS SURGERY. BY ENTERING INTO THE EYE THROUGH SMALL HOLES LIKE A BALL PLUGED, THE VITREOUS LIQUID IS CLEANED AND AT THE END OF THE SURGERY AN AIR-LIKE GAS IS INSTALLED INTO THE EYE. THE HOLE IS CLOSED BY THE SURFACE TENSION EFFECT OF THE GAS.

THE CHANCE OF SUCCESS IS VERY HIGH IN EARLY INTERVENTION, THAT IS WHEN THE MACULA HOLE IS FRESH INTERVENTION.

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