Retina is a common sight on a person’s retina, and even on some of the brightest of screens.
In many cases, it’s a visual impairment that can be hard to notice.
But, there are a few different kinds of retinal disease, and in some cases, you can’t tell the difference between them.
Read more about retinal diseases here.
Here are some of our favorite examples: Retina is an imperfection in the retina, not a disease in and of itself, but rather a problem that occurs in the photoreceptors of the eye.
These cells are responsible for detecting light, so they help your eyes focus on the retina.
They’re also responsible for the color vision, so your eyes can distinguish colors.
The best way to recognize your visual impairment is to see if you notice it when you have to look at a bright screen, such as a computer screen or television.
But if you’re having difficulty seeing the image at a normal brightness, you might not notice it.
If you can, take a look at the diagram below, which shows the visual acuity of different age groups.
To see how your retinas are affected, go to the Visual Acuity page on our website and click on the image above to see a graph of how your visual acency compares to age.
The chart also gives a rough estimate of how much of your visual function you’re losing, based on the visual test.
You can also look at your retinal function graph to see how you’re affected by other types of vision problems.
In addition to retinal impairment, some people have problems with the nerves that supply vision to the retina and nerve cells that process light.
It’s not clear whether these changes are the result of retinitis pigmentosa, which is a genetic condition that causes damage to the eyes’ rods, or damage from retinal detachment, which causes damage of the optic nerve and optic nerves that carry signals to the brain.
But it’s possible that there are other factors that affect your visual functioning, too.
A study of people with retinal problems found that they had a smaller percentage of retinas that were damaged or detached from the retina compared to people without these conditions.
The retinas in the retinal nerve cells are not the only ones damaged or damaged from retinopathy, though.
Other types of damage, including the axons that make up the retina’s rods, also may be affected.
So, even though you don’t see your visual impairments, you may be at risk for one of these things.
This can cause other health problems, such that you may need to have a vision doctor if you can no longer see the things you need to see.
It’s important to tell your doctor about any other visual problems you might have, because some of these could cause a loss of your vision.
Some people with visual impairment can still have some degree of vision without seeing a doctor.
For example, some patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD), or macular macular sclerosis, can still see objects in their normal way.
Another kind of vision loss that can happen when the retina is damaged is that of foveal vision.
If your retina is sensitive to light, it may be hard for your eyes to focus on distant objects.
If a light source has no color and you’re using a white screen, for example, it might be hard not to notice it if you see it on the other side of the screen.
But that’s because your fovea, the area behind the retina in the middle of your retina, is white.
When your fov changes from bright to dark, the foveas behind your retina change color.
In people with foveitis, the changes cause a gradual loss of color vision.
This is called visual field loss.