" ...The first was in June 2008, for an incomplete posterior vitreous detachment. The surgeon just snipped the fibrous attachment as close ...at the second hospital. My double-vision is due to the ma... "
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Double Vision & Posterior Vitreous Detachment
0.86% of the posts that mention Posterior Vitreous Detachment also mention Double Vision (6 posts)
Posterior Vitreous Detachment
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" ...optic nerve . Its often pulled lose in a posterior vitreous detachment. 2. Double vision is a serious symptom in that it can be due to strokes , aneurysms , diabetes . Get in to... "
" DragonflyC, I do have posterior vitreous detachment in that eye. I've had really bad floaters in that eye for ...see a shadowy double image. (Usually double vision is bilateral - in both... "
" ...visual events and my recent high BP (it ...buying that line. And, unfortunately, posterior vitreous detachment doesn't seem to adequately ...I could hardly call the double vision or the gray... "
" ...not like floaters (He reports no floaters), in the peripheral ...eye, also presenting with diplopia in the affected eye. ...who diagnosed it as posterior vitreous detachment, and also spotted... "
" ...sensitivity, ghost images or double vision, wrinkles in flap (striae), ...corneal ectasia, floaters, epithelium erosion, posterior vitreous detachment, macular hole, etc. The FDA... "
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