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During an eye surgery the doctor damaged my mother ...

During an eye surgery the doctor damaged my mother who is 70 years old, she has no vision in the operated eye because the doctor tear her retina, now she has detached retina. Is this treatable or not?

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I have diabetic retinothopy (not the same as retinal detachment), so I can identify with what you and your mother are going through now. I have attached a link from the Mayo Clinic that should answer your questions. Good luck.

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I recently went to a new doctor and noticed he was located in something called the Professional Building. I felt better right away.

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