The retina is the retina, which covers the posterior wall of the eyeball like a wallpaper and consists of visual cells, and is a layer of the eye directly connected to the brain. Diseases that occur in the retina directly threaten our sense of sight.
• Bleeding due to Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension
• Retinal vessel occlusions (Retina Vena, Artery Occlusions)
• Retinal detachments / tears
• Yellow spot disease (Senile Macular Degeneration – Age-Related Macular Degeneration)
• Fluid accumulation under the retina, retinal edema
• Vitreoretinal surface disorders (Epiretinal Membrane)
• Macular holes (Macular Hole)
• Retinal tumors, Congenital retinal diseases Foreign bodies entering the eye
Symptoms of Retinal Disease
• Sudden or slow vision loss
• Flashes of light
• Broken-curved vision
• Dark objects floating in front of the eyes (flying flies)
• Transient and short-term vision loss
• Screening of the view
• Dark areas in the field of view
Adverse Effects of Sugar and Hypertension on the Retina
Diabetes and hypertension diseases adversely affect all systems of the body and first of all, they have the greatest negative effect on the eyes. As a result of this effect, vasodilation and permeability disorders occur in the retina.
Treatment of Retinal Diseases
Early diagnosis, preventive medical treatment and correct surgical intervention in the retina are of vital importance.