Symptoms of Retinal Cancer Usually, symptoms of Retinal Cancer do not directly interfere with normal vision. However, in its later stages, retinal detachment may lead to blurred vision or retinal damage with symptoms like flashes of light, blurred vision, a ring or veil around the vision field or sudden increase or decrease in floaters (visible objects that seem to move through your eye field). Sometimes, the pain of Retinal Cancer is quite severe and often requires the services of an experienced ophthalmologist. The Retinal detachment may be caused by a tumor, an infection or the side effect of certain drugs. In rare cases, a Retinal Cancer symptom may also be a symptom of an eye tumor.
Symptoms of Retinal Cancer There are many symptoms of retinal cancer, but two prominent ones are loss of vision and the appearance of "blackouts". Blackouts is one of the common symptoms of retinal cancer. When there is loss of vision due to this disease, the person may require the help of an expert to recognize what is behind the blind spot. The exact cause of this problem is unknown.
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The most common type of Retinal Cancer symptoms is "refractive" Amblyopia, which refers to eye problems related to eye alignment, focusing imperfections on near or far, which can be caused by corneal development issues, eye surgery, retinal diseases and congenital eye defects. Other types of Retinal Cancer symptoms include primary external light-sensitive diopters (PID), which can occur either because of retinal damage or because of eye growth problems. There is also a rare condition called strabismus. Strabismus is a condition where the eye does not move straight when an object is presented to the eyes. Both of these conditions are known as primary external light-sensitivity, which can affect both eyes.
One of the second symptoms of retinal cancer is referred as "macular glaucoma". This affliction causes permanent damage to the macula, which is the area that is responsible for creating a "image of the outside world". This problem occurs when there is an abnormal growth in the center of the retina. This cancer can also cause blurred vision and may eventually lead to blindness. Another type of retinal cancer found in the macula is called "choroidal". This is characterized by an increase in the accumulation of fluid around the center of the retina, which can cause a buildup of pressure.
Chemotherapy is used to treat retinal metastases. When a tumor is pushed beyond the point where it starts to grow, the abnormal cells can be eliminated through surgery. However, if the growth continues, then other treatment options such as radiation and chemo therapy will be necessary.
The most common type of eye cancer is referred to as retinal adenocarcinoma. This is a type of cancer that often begins behind the retina, but can easily grow in the middle of the optic nerve. It can spread to the choroid and vitreous chambers and may eventually lead to blindness. Any changes in the retina can result in a visual impairment that can be treated by surgery or, more recently, radiotherapy.