Retina and vitreous

The retina… that thin nerve membrane that lines the back of the inside of the eye, consists of a group of light sensitive neurons, conical cells These cells convert light into electrical signals and send them to the brain's visual center, via the optic nerve and its connections. The retina is very sensitive and susceptible to infection
Diagnosis and treatment of the retina in many cases such as:
Diabetic retinopathy
Retinal detachment
Degeneration macular degeneration is associated with aging
Retinal infections
In order to avoid the aggravation of these cases and lead to God forbid blindness (if not discovered and dealt with in a timely manner and in the most appropriate manner
The early detection and appropriate treatment of these conditions is the most effective factor to maintain the patient's eyesight.