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The blood in the tiny blood vessels of the eye can leak out fluid containing calcium into a layer of the retina if there is a retinal or choroidal abnormal condition, including inflammation, autoimmune connective tissue inflammatory condition (i.e. rheumatoid arthritis, sleroderma, system sclerosis), sarcoidosis
, hypertension, diabetes, among others. In general, the retinal calcium deposit is harmless, and generally monitored routinely by the eye doctor, along with treating any associated condition.
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