Retinal detachment is accompanied by retinal hemorrhages, which result from blood vessels that become filled with blood and burst. To read more about retinal hemorrhaging, click here.
To prevent retinal detachment, physicians must quickly identify and stop the hemorrhaging and treat any retinal tears. To treat retinal detachment, surgery is required.
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