Eye Floaters Topic Guide
Floaters: Eye floaters are often described as black spots or squiggly strands in a patient's field of vision. Floaters may be caused by a spontaneous vitreous separation, a retinal hole or tear, foreign bodies, macular degeneration, or postoperative matter. Treatment of floaters depends upon the underlying cause.
Macular Degeneration Macular degeneration is a disorder that includes a variety of eye diseases that affect your central vision. Central vision is what you see directly in front of you rather than ...