Retinal detachment is a disorder of the eye in which the retina separates from its underlying layer of support tissue. Initial detachment may be localized, and, without rapid treatment, the entire retina may detach.
Flashes and floaters are very common. Almost everyone experiences them at one time or another. They become more frequent as we age. In rare cases, a doctor’s exam may reveal a more serious problem called a retinal tear or retinal hole.
Uveitis is an internal inflammation of the eye. The condition involves the middle layers of the eye, also called the uveal tract or uvea. The uvea includes the iris, choroid (a thin membrane containing many blood vessels) and the ciliary body (the part of the eye that joins these together).
At Tulsa Retina Consultants we provide state of the art treatment for the wide variety of retinal conditions that exist. Below is an overview of treatment options available to us in treating your condition.