A retina is a thin, curved piece of tissue that is connected to the retina.
It allows light to pass through the retina, giving vision to your eyes.
It can be affected by infections and other problems that can cause damage to the optic nerve.
There are different types of retinas and some are more common than others.
The most common type of retina is called an acute retina, which is the one that is most affected.
It is more common in older people and people with certain types of cancer.
The type of the retina that you have depends on your age.
If you have a type of retinal disease called a retinal neuropathy, the optic nerves can’t travel smoothly through the tissue and can cause blurry vision.
To see if your retinal is failing, a doctor will take a small piece of the affected retina and try to measure how much of the retinal tissue is affected.
If the damage is small, your doctor will say you are good to go.
If it’s more severe, your eye doctor will likely need a procedure called corneal ablation, which will remove the retina from your eye.
How to tell if your eyesight is failing:If your eyes are affected by retinal detachment, you may not be able to see your surroundings at night.
This is a sign that your retina has failed.
If you are blind, you might be unable to distinguish objects from people or objects in front of you.
Other signs of retinopathy include:Vision problems in the lower half of the vision, including slowness in moving your eyes around the room or the inability to follow objects or people.
Your vision is blurry, and you may also have problems in your peripheral vision, which allows you to see around objects.
Dry eye, which means your eye doesn’t clear water or dust from your eyes and it doesn’t get cloudy or dry.
You may not see or hear the sounds of the world around you.