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According to Reese, the detachment also serves as the liaison between flying units and the Army to allow aircrews more time to focus on their training mission.
Gupta gives this example to explain how a rhegmatogenous retinal detachment occurs: "Imagine that, if there were a tear in the wallpaper of your bathroom and it were left unaddressed, over time, as you took showers in the bathroom, the steam would get behind the tear and cause the entire wallpaper to start peeling.
The government soldiers, who managed to repel the attack, found M-16 Armalite rifle bullets at the detachment.
'The establishment of the 271 NAF Detachment in Birnin Gwari is therefore timely, as it will further boost the ongoing Operation DIRAN MIKIYA, Operation SHARAN DAJI and play a very crucial role in restoring and maintaining the peace in all affected areas.'
The most common treatment for retinal detachment is a 'vitrectomy' operation, in which the surgeon removes the vitreous from inside the eye and then finds and treats
"Very few people with vitreous detachment have a very serious tear or retinal detachment," Dr.
In November the detachment helped raise PS1,783 for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal spending several days and nights collecting at local supermarkets.
As the regional headquarters for the Caribbean MSG detachments in the embassies in Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Barbados, Jamaica, and the Bahamas, Region 9 HQ ensures that assigned Marines are trained to coordinate with and follow the operational and emergency-action plans laid out by the regional security officer (RSO) for hurricanes and their aftermath.
Medical records were reviewed to obtain data on age, sex, duration of symptoms, lens status, location and quadrants of retinal detachment, number of retinal breaks, status of macula (on or off), type of scleral buckle used (circumferential or segmental), intraoperative injection of temporary vitreous adjunct (gas/air), anatomic outcome of surgery, need for additional surgery, pre- and postoperative best-corrected visual acuity (at day one, 2 weeks, 6 weeks, and 3 months), pre- and postoperative IOP, and postoperative refractive error.
Eye floaters are associated with age greater than 50 years, diabetes, retinal tears, retinal detachment, moderate to severe nearsightedness (myopia), cataract surgery, YAG laser surgery after cataract surgery, injury to the eye, tuberculosis, sarcoidosis, syphilis, toxoplasmosis, and acute retinal necrosis.