Retinal detachment occurs when the retina, a layer of tissue in the back of the eye, becomes separated from its normal position. While painless, retinal detachment is a medical emergency that can cause vision loss if left untreated. Retinal detachment is a treatable condition, but it must be taken care of promptly, or it can cause vision loss and, in the worst cases, blindness. If you notice symptoms, seek medical care immediately, as early intervention and treatment is highly effective.
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