About 5 of 100 patients with high myopia have retinal detachment

Abstract: with the traction of the vitreous, retinal tears can be produced. After retinal holes are produced, the liquid in the eye enters under the retina, and the retina can be detached, which is the most common reason. The most common retinal detachment of

is rhegmatogenous retinal detachment, which mainly occurs in high myopia. In the case of high myopia, the retina can degenerate and become thinner, and then its vitreous body can have abnormal adhesion with the retina.

with the traction of the vitreous, retinal tears can be produced. After retinal holes are produced, the liquid in the eye enters under the retina, and the retina can be detached, which is the most common reason.

other retinal detachment can be caused by other reasons, such as eye trauma. After the patient is injured, it can directly cause retinal rupture and detachment. In addition to

and

, some other diseases, such as fundus hemorrhage caused by hypertension, diabetes, and some underlying vascular diseases, can cause retinal detachment.