What is Retina ?

The retina in our eye is a nerve tissue that is located at the back of the eye and is in charge of detecting light. It generates an impulse or sequence of impulses that pass via the optic nerve and are sent to the brain. The retina is the most significant component of the eye and is where vision occurs. Due of the retina’s critical role in the eye, any injury to it could cause permanent vision loss and eye damage.


• Retinal tear: A retinal tear happens when the thin layer of tissue that lines the back of your eye (the retina) tears because of traction from the transparent, gel-like fluid in the centre of your eye (the vitreous). It frequently comes on suddenly, along with symptoms like floaters and flashing lights.

• Retinal detachment: The presence of fluid behind the retina is what distinguishes a retinal detachment. This typically happens as a result of fluid entering a retinal tear and lifting the retina away from the underlying tissue layers.

• Diabetic retinopathy: Diabetes can cause the capillaries in the back of your eye to degenerate and leak fluid into and under the retina. The retina swells as a result, which could cause vision blurring or distortion. Alternatively, you can grow bleeding capillaries that are aberrant and new. Your vision is also harmed by this.

• Epiretinal membrane: The epiretinal membrane is a thin membrane or scar that covers the retina and resembles crumpled cellophane. Your eyesight is distorted as a result of this membrane pulling up on your retina. Things could appear distorted or blurry.

• Macular hole: A macular hole is a tiny flaw in your retina’s middle at the back of your eye. The hole may form as a result of abnormal retinal and vitreous traction or it may appear after an eye injury.

• Macular degeneration: Your retina’s middle starts to degenerate when you have macular degeneration. There may be a blind spot in the centre of the visual field or blurred central vision as a result of this. Both wet macular degeneration and dry macular degeneration exist. The wet form may develop in one or both eyes after many people first experience the dry form, which is more common.

• Retinitis pigmentosa: An inherited degenerative condition called retinitis pigmentosa. It gradually damages the retina and impairs side and night vision.

How are retinal diseases diagnosed?

At Bajaj Eye Hospital, we understand that retinal illnesses can arise from various factors such as aging, a family history of diabetes, eye trauma, or other medical conditions that can affect the normal functioning of the eye. We are dedicated to providing the right care for your eyes, addressing any concerns and offering appropriate treatment options.

When you visit our hospital, our team of highly skilled and trained ophthalmologists and doctors will be there to attend to your needs. We prioritize the well-being of our patients and have taken meticulous steps to ensure that all the necessary rules and regulations for an eye hospital are met. This ensures that you receive the highest standard of care and treatment that you have come to us for.

During your visit, our ophthalmologist will conduct a thorough examination of your eyes, carefully assessing for any abnormalities or signs of retinal illness. We utilize advanced diagnostic techniques and technologies to accurately diagnose and monitor your condition. By employing a comprehensive approach, we aim to provide you with an accurate understanding of your eye health and develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.

At Bajaj Eye Hospital, our commitment to delivering exceptional eye care extends beyond the diagnosis and treatment. We strive to create a compassionate and comfortable environment for our patients, offering support and guidance throughout their journey towards better vision. Our dedicated staff is always available to address your concerns, answer your questions, and ensure that you feel confident and well-cared for during your time with us.

Trust your eyes to the experienced professionals at Bajaj Eye Hospital, where we combine expertise, state-of-the-art facilities, and a patient-centered approach to provide you with the best possible care for your retinal health.

Symptoms for Retinal Abnormalities.

  • Seeing floating specks or cobwebs
  • Blurred or distorted (straight lines look wavy) vision
  • Defects in the side vision
  • Lost vision