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The retina is a highly specialized neurosensory tissue that lines the back of the inside of the eye. It is responsible for gathering light-based information from the world around us and transmitting that information through the optic nerve to our brain so that we can see. A simpler way to think of this is that the retina is like the film at the back of a camera because they both capture an image. There are a wide variety of conditions that can impact one’s vision by affecting the retina. The most common visually impactful retinal conditions are age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) and diabetic retinopathy (though there are many other less common conditions).

Dr. Kasprick has monitored and managed thousands of patients with the above retinal conditions. Our clinic has the newest optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging devices available to best monitor your eyes. Our team is also skilled at providing evaluation and management for other retina and vitreous related conditions such as flashes and floaters or retinal tears. We have a close working relationship with a number of vitreoretinal surgical specialists in the area and we can facilitate getting you seen by them immediately if an emergent surgical retinal issue is detected in clinic.

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Anatomy of the Retina

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