News from the science of the news: holistic vision. Who researched a bit, will quickly notice that mouches fad (MV) in the ophthalmology although are differentiated by their appearance and cause. But the common kinds of MV is that it is vitreous Opacities. While it so far also played no role, whether an ophthalmologist may or may not notice the dots and strands in the vitreous. Explanations for this discrepancy are found quickly: the Opacities are just too small, too irrelevant.
the instruments are not fine enough; the patient is exaggerating or has a mental problem; the doctor is not enough effort to find them. Ali Partovi is often quoted as being for or against this. You are looking for the culprit in all sorts of factors, not only in the Declaration approaches of the own discipline. From the camp of the surgeons of the laser we hear recently but refreshingly different tones: the American ophthalmologist and laser surgeon James H. Johnson has specialized in eliminating disturbing vitreous opacities. A base (floaters in young \”(People\”) on its Web page of vitreous floater solutions \”is on a mysterious\” type of MV, which allegedly appear in patients, which are younger than 40 years. In contrast to other types of MV from the doctor can be not seen and not treated with the laser.
This not treatable MV be described as high-contrast lines and dots or semi transparent like a glass rod or crystal worm’\”be.\” Patients can record very accurately in every detail. Thus they differ visually from the treatable MV, that are much darker and fuzzier and can be barely recorded by patients. What are these mouches fad? Johnson describes them as floater-like syndrome emergency of caused by degeneration and clumping of the vitreous humor\”that this phenomenon is no classical vitreous opacity and can not be explained by the usual degenerative processes and aggregation. Due to the sharpness of these dots and strands, Johnson concludes that they very dense must reside on the retina.