Post by malogorski on Jun 22, 2005 16:10:30 GMT -5
If I have a detached retina, I would go to a retinal surgen. His suggestion that a detached retinal can be repaired by light therapy seems not realistic. Also, I have worked outdoors all my life (since age 18 anyway) in the nursery industry and I still have floaters. I get plenty of sunlight all day everyday 365 days a year. Prior to age 18, I was in school all day and I beleive this is what caused my myopia which is the root cause of my floaters.
Ramon, Thank you for post the abstact. Could you give the name of the book they come from ?
Well, I must admit I don't know if there is a connection between floaters and retinal stimulations. Do we, floaters sufferers, were too much exposed to bad sun rays, or too less ? Maybe there is no link..
From my experience, is impossible to buy the book , it is uncataloged. In my case, I went to an university in my city to ask for that book in the library. They found the book in some university library in London, so they ask to that university for a book interchange. That uni in London sent the book here. When received I made photocopy of it and the book returns to London.
The abstract is very completed, unfortunately I must say that the book adds just a little more information, not too much.