Thank you for the reply.
I needed to clarify that there was no cloudiness of vision . I guess it is more like small cloud like floater in the top of his vision . In the absence of acute eye symptoms like reduced vision
or pain , this is likely to be due to posterior vitreous
detachment( PVD ) . In this condition the thick gel at the middle of the eye gets detached from its surrounding due to age and may be appreciated as a floater. This does not require any specific treatment and will be eventually learnt to be ignored as it does not disappear but may drift out of sight sometimes.
A routine retina exam should be done to check the intactness of the retina , as the vitreous while getting detached may rarely cause a retinal tear . If found the retinal tear can be sealed by laser so that the tear does not extend into a retinal detachment
(sudden cloudiness or more like a curtain falling in the line of vision).
He can put Refresh tears eye drops 1 drop 4 times a day, if there is any dry sensation and for soothening effect.
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