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The vitreous is the clear jelly-like substance which fills the hollow space behind the lens. As we age, this vitreous gel opacifies and shrinks away from the retina.
This jelly-like material allows light to pass from the lens to the retina. Normally this area of our eyes remains clear and unobstructed.
In certain circumstances, however, the nearby blood vessels can bleed into those clear tissues (a haemorrhage). This can prevent light from reaching the retina, leading you to experience problems with your vision.
Some haemorrhages will simply disappear naturally given time, while others may need further treatment. For this reason it’s important not to ignore the symptoms of a haemorrhage if they occur.
With a careful analysis of your eyes and your
medical history, we can help you to explore the best options for treatment.