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Vitreomacular traction syndrome

Vitreomacular traction syndrome (VMT) is an eye condition involving the vitreous, the clear gel that fills the inside of the eyeball. It is a vision-threatening condition and can cause symptoms ranging from blurry vision to distorted and blacked-out central vision. Most patients who have VMT syndrome experience some difficulty doing daily tasks that require sharp vision, such as reading or watching TV.

Macula holes may be treated with a vitrectomy, a form of keyhole surgery that uses small probes to enter inside the eye to remove the vitreous. The surgical removal of the vitreous relieves the traction on the macula and over time it will return to its normal structure and shape.

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