Can vasolidators be of use then? The first doctor was not really a specialist in retinology, but quite experienced nevertheless. Can these degenerations which occured after the trauma become evident later? And what about snail? It was the first thing discovered after the trauma, can it be dealt with using supplements?
I've also been coughing for the last month, though not severely. I meant Snail track, or it's just another part of lattice?
Can peripheral vasolidators be of use then?
But lattice degeneration is mainly caused by lack of blood supply to retina, right? Besides,my snail tracks mainly coincide with renita's blood vessels, as my doctor told me.
But lattice degeneration is mainly caused by lack of blood supply to retina, right? Besides,my snail tracks mainly coincide with renita's blood vessels, as my doctor told me.Than is there any way to stop or slow down degeneration progression?
So that if cared properly it won't result into another detachment? And sooner or later it will slow down? Fine than) In my country there is no such institutions, at least in your understanding) I live in the capital, still)
And can genetic expertise be of use? We have none here anyway
That's all , than. Many thanks) I've also heard about a new treatment, creating a layer(?) between vitreous body and retina, but not commercially available still...
Shall I exit the chat room?