What Are Eye Floaters? Center

Eye floaters are deposits or condensation that form in the eye's vitreous humor. These deposits cast shadows on the retina, and as the eye moves, the deposits shift position, making it appear as though the shadows are moving or floating. Read more: What Are Eye Floaters? Article

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