When you have low vision, you can not see well sufficient to get around or do day-to-day activities. Low vision can be triggered by a variety of diseases in the eye: Blood vessels nourish the retina. Blood vessels might come to be weak and leakage fluid into the eye. Additionally, blood flow in blood vessels may decrease in some diseases. The macula is the part of the retina that is in charge of clear, sharp vision. The optic nerve carries signals from the retina to the brain. An injury to your eye can additionally lead to low vision. The symptoms of low vision depend on the root cause of your vision loss and where the problem remains in your eye.
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