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A retinal detachment is a serious condition that develops when the nerve layer at the back of the eye (the retina) starts to separate from the wall of the eye. It is usually caused by a hole in the retina. Surgery aims to repair the hole with laser and re-attach the retina, most often by operating on the vitreous jelly in the back part of the eye.

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