Macular holes and membranes

A macular hole is a small break in the macula, the part of your eye responsible for detailed, central vision.  People who have a macular hole often complain of missing or distorted central vision.

Macular membranes are formed when fibrous tissue form atop the central retinal tissue.  This tissue can distort the underlying tissue causing blurred or distorted vision.

The doctors at Nevada Retina Associates perform micro-surgical procedures designed to allow central macular holes to close and to remove macular membranes.  The goal of this treatment is to improve central vision.

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