Management Of Broken Eye Nerves Without Surgery?
Good afternoon, r nI want to ask if the nerve nerve is broken what should be the action? R nCan it recover without surgery? R nLike the use of herbal medicines or the others
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What do you mean by broken eye nerve is retinal detachment?
The retina is a layer at the back of the eyeball that has the function of capturing shadows that enter the eye. This shadow will be processed in the retina, converted into electrical impulses and then will be transmitted to the nerve of the eye and to the brain for further processing in the brain.
Retinal detachment is the release of this layer from the layer behind it which is rich in blood vessels which supply the oxygen and nutrients for the retina. This condition is an emergency condition that must be treated immediately, because if left loose for too long, the cells in the retina layer will die because they do not get oxygen and nutrients. If you experience symptoms of retinal detachment such as sudden appearing of the floaters in the eye, visual disturbances, seeing flashes of light, a reduction in the visual field, a vision like a curtain, you should immediately go to the eye doctor.
If what happens is that the retina has just been torn or hollow, then the ophthalmologist can perform laser surgery (photocoagulation) or freezing (cryopexy) so that the retina does not escape from the layer behind it. When the retina is detached, the doctor can perform several types of actions such as pneumatic retinopexy (ie injecting gas bubbles into the eye to press the retina back into place), vitrectomy (ie taking fluid in the eyeball and replacing it with gas or silicon), or scleral buckling (i.e. sew or attach a kind of silicone rubber to the sclera to press the eyeball so that the retina that is loose returns to stick to the layer behind it).
There is no oral medication or herbal medicine that can overcome this condition, it must be treated with surgery. The more you delay surgery, the greater the chance of permanent damage to the retina, and even if therapy is done later, the chances of permanent visual impairment are greater.
The following article you can read about retinal detachment
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