Macular Pucker

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The macula is the area of the retina that is responsible for clear vision. As a person ages, the vitreous inside of the eye begins to shrink. When this occurs in the macular area, the retina initiates a healing response with a migration of cells found within the retina itself. These cells form a thin layer of scar tissue known as a macular pucker or epiretinal membrane.

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