Posterior vitreous detachment- (PVD) Bharti eye foundation
The translucent fluid that makes up your eye's vitreous detachment is present throughout. The vitreous maintains the form of your eye. This is not a concern because we can still see pretty well without the vitreous connected to the retina. When the vitreous gets too soft, it loses its shape, turns away from the retina, and contracts inward toward the center of the eye. PVD happens frequently and naturally. You won't lose your vision, and most of the time, no treatment is necessary.

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