Choroidal detachment is a type of disease which refers to the separation of the choroid from the sclera and it is happened because of the leakage of fluid from vessels within the choroid. This disease is somewhat similar to retinal detachment but it is different only because of its solid appearance, even surface, and manifestation of standard retinal vessels with color untouched.
Choroidal detachment usually attacks when the choroid separates from the sclera which may be result from intraocular surgery, a severe contusion, hypotony, or from a vascular disease. Doctors often prescribe for Ophthalmoscopic examination which can communicate about the dark, convex, smoothly rounded elevations of both the retina and the choroid and therefore doctors can understand the attack of this disease.
Some of the important symptoms can be found of this disease are inflammation, infection, cataract formation, and corneal edema. However, these are not common symptoms. The patients also may get sudden decrease of vision.
The main treatment of Choroidal detachment is surgery. Surgery can remove the disease completely. Doctors cannot prescribe any drug treatment for this disease.
Choroidal detachment can attack a human because of the pressure inside the eyeball which is usually called ocular pressure. This pressure is very low at times. If an accident or injury happens to the eye, or following surgical procedures within the eyeball then the disease may attack.
Choroidal detachment can be seen in five groups. Doctors have to find it with proper examination and then they have to prescribe related surgeries for all different groups of this disease.