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If complete  vitreous detachment)  has occurred safely, Does it reduces risk of retinal tear/detachment in future? Please explain
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Not really. After completion of process, the chances do go down, but it's not necessary that the risk will not remain.
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Geet screened every year or biannually.
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Increase in floaters, field loss or loss of vision are danger signs. If experienced ever, get yourself checked immediately.
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