Many eye issues are widely known to affect people, such as refraction problems or cataracts. However, one that is just as common but far less renowned is a posterior vitreous detachment. While it doesn’t typically cause vision loss or pain, the condition will still distort your vision slightly and may even lead to more severe symptoms in case of complications. Research and studies by eye doctors have attributed its cause to aging, and we will examine how this happens in this blog.
What is posterior vitreous detachment?
Posterior vitreous detachment, also known as PVD, is a natural change that occurs as you grow old. Your eyes are filled with a clear gel-like substance called the vitreous. It helps your eye keep its shape and is primarily composed of water and the protein collagen...Read More