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Black ring in vision
Suddenly for the last 10 minutes I can see a black ring in the vision from my right eye. It appears when I look to the right side.
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Hello These could be floaters....which is due to liquifaction of vitreous (jelly present in eye) This is visually non Significant There is no cure Best way to get rid of it is to avoid it
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You most probably have Posterior Vitreous detachment. It may be a harmless age related problem but get an Ophthalmologist's opinion to get your retina examined to rule out other causes.
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Hello. Well what you mention is like a floater...t might be totally normal too....the only thing is we need to evaluate you.. It's better you consult a retina specialist ...first consult a nearby available ophthalmologist and get. Examined.....thank you
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This is known as PVD . If any additional symptom disturbs like flashes of light or hundreds of floaters consilt retina speciality
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