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    Vigual field defects
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    mrstreklady posted:
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    I had a T.I.A last July.. when i had my eyes exam today the ophthamologist told me i had only a 60% vision in my left eye, i she also told me that I have vigual field defects in my left eye & the DR wants me to see an specialist ophthamolgist .

    my question is :what are the cause of Vigual field defects in a eye. is their any treatment for this condtion.

    I have been having some blured vision in the left eye & some times i have the blured vision in both of my eyes. not every day this happens but its scary .
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    mrstreklady responded:
    wonder if this vidgal field defect can also be caused by my T.I.A. please answer.


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