What is a Macular hole?
A Macular hole is a hole in the central part of the retina, which is most important for vision. The retina is the innermost light-sensitive layer of the eye, akin to a film of a camera where the image is formed.
In some cases, the macula nerve cells separate from one another and unplug from the back of the surface. This makes a hole in the back of the eye which can affect the eyes in multiple ways.
Macular Hole Symptoms
Below we have mentioned some of the many symptoms of macular hole so you can receive the right treatment at the right time:
Decrease in vision
Straight lines appearing curved
No symptoms but detected on a routine examination