Floaters Explained Video

Ophthalmologist Dr. Rex Hamilton at the UCLA Laser Refractive Center explains that Pam most likely has floaters, which are small clumps of cells inside the vitreous fluid of the eye.
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Rex Hamilton: This spot you're seeing floating around in your vision are actually called floaters. This part of the eye is filled with the gel and the floaters are breathe it's kind of floating around the back of the eye. They change in your consistency and they're shape over time and can become more specious, when there floating around right in the center. However, if you see a huge shower of floater especially it accompanied by flashes or lighting both of light that can indicate that there is tear in the retina and you need to see your eye doctor pretty quickly.

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