Macular hole


Specialty of Ophthalmology

A macular hole is a break or tear in the macula, a very small part of the eye located in the centre of the retina. The macula is responsible for central vision and allows us to perform basic actions such as reading, driving and writing. 

There are two types of macular holes, one being that which affects a partial area of the retina, or that which affects it entirely. A macular hole can affect vision, making it blurry or distorted.

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