What are the causes of retinal detachment?
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Registered Optometrist Paul Carroll BSc(Hons) MCOptom MBA answers this question.
This can follow an eye injury or a blow to the head. It can also occur as a result of some underlying eye problem, e.g. very short sight (high myopia), inflammation or infection at the back of the eye, a tear in the retina, or blood vessel problems.
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