fysiologiki  fotapsies
          Normal Vision                             Vision with Photopsias

Photopsias are called the "glares or “flashes”" that appear in our visual field, especially in the dark or in low-light conditions. These photopsias are caused by tractions of the vitreous on the retina. Those flashes can disappear or reappear for weeks or months.

Since those same symptoms can hide other more serious conditions, like retinal detachment or tear, it is advisable to visit our ophthalmologist urgently for early diagnosis and possible treatment.

Learn more about Photopsias.




Τμήμα Αμφιβληστροειδούς και Ωχράς Κηλίδας