Vitreous

The vitreous can become displaced from its attachments around the processes of the ciliary body or around the optic disc after a contusion injury if it has not already undergone this change as part of the normal ageing process. The patient might be aware of something floating in front of the vision. More extensive floating black spots can indicate a vitreous haemorrhage caused by excessive vitreous traction on a retinal blood vessel. Although such haemorrhages usually clear completely in time, they tend to accompany more serious damage to the retina, which can only be fully revealed once clearing has taken place.

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