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Atrophic Retinal Holes     
The  retina  is the thin, light-sensitive nerve fiber layer lining the back of the eye that receives light and visual images through the rest of the eye. It is held up next to the back wall of the eye by the  vitreous body , also known as the  vitreous humour , a stiff, gelatinous substance. The vitreous is actually attached to the retina in several places, most notably around the periphery of the retina, just in front of the midline equator of the eye, and around the ...Read More
 
 
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