Retinoschisis


Retinoschisis is a splitting of eye retina into two layers. This disorder is characterized with the slow loss of parts of vision corresponding to the areas of the retina that have become split. It may also be associated with the development of Saclike blisters called retinal cysts.


  • Senile Retinoschisis
  • Juvinile Rectinoschisis

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