Macular pucker

The macula is the small area at the center of the eye’s retina that allows you to see fine details clearly. The retina is a layer of light-sensing cells lining the back of your eye.

As light rays enter your eye, the retina converts the rays into signals, which are sent through the optic nerve to your brain where they are recognized as images.

Damage to your macula causes blurred central vision, making it difficult to perform tasks such as reading small print or threading a needle.

Whatis a macular pucker?

The macula normally lies flat against the back of the eye, like film lining the back of a camera. When wrinkles, creases or bulges form on the macula, this is known as macular pucker.

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