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Vitreous Detachment

The eye contains a jelly-like liquid we call "vitreous." It fills the eye, and helps it keep its shape. But with this condition, the vitreous separates from the back of the eye. This can harm the layer of light-sensitive cells we call the "retina." It can affect your vision.

Learn more about Vitreous Detachment from the American Academy of Ophthalmology.