Eye floaters are the spots found in the vision. They may look like black or gray specks, strings or cobwebs which keep drifting when the yes are move.
Most eye floaters occur as a result of age-related changes that occur when the jelly-like substance inside the eyes becomes more liquid form. Due to this, the microscopic fibers inside the vitreous clump together and can create a tiny shadow on the retina which appear as eye floaters.
The signs and symptoms of eye floaters include:
Eye floaters are caused as a result of age-related changes in the vitreous, which is the jelly-like substance found in the eyeballs and helps maintain their shape.
Posterior uveitis is inflammation found in the layers of the uveitis is inflammation in the layers of uvea, which is placed in the back of the eye. Posterior uveitis can be caused by infection or inflammatory diseases.
When a hemorrhage is caused in the vitreous, it can lead to floaters. Bleeding inside the eye can be caused due to multiple reasons.
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