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Sometimes as a result of an injury to the eye, the retina

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sometimes as a result of an injury to the eye, the retina detaches from its pigmented epitheliun. Assuming that the retinal tissues remains functional, what is likly to happen to the person's vision if the retina moves unevenly toward the interior of the eye?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Eye
Expert:  Dr. Stevens replied 8 years ago.
Are you asking what will happen if the retina detaches and is not reattached ?