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The retina is the layer in the very back of the eyeball that plays the role of triggering nerve impulses that pass along the optic nerve to the brain. Essentially, this gives your brain the ability to visual perceive what you are looking at. There are many different retinal conditions that can have a serious impact on your vision that you may miss without a yearly eye exam.
What is the best description of the retina?
The easiest and best description of a retina is that it is the very back layer of the eyeball that uses rods and cones that piece together visual elements as well as dictate our perception of color.
What are the most common retina conditions?
Common retina conditions include retina detachments, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, retinal vein occlusion, uveitis and many more.
Many of the common retina conditions can seriously hinder your everyday life. Read more about the signs and symptoms of a possible retina disorder and call our offices to schedule a consultation with our retina specialist today.