Talk:Posterior vitreous detachment
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The word "Synchysis" is not in my dictionary. What does it mean? In any case:
Synchysis: there is associated vitreous liquefaction. Syneresis: there is collapse of the vitreous due to collection of synchytic fluid between the posterior hyaloid membrane and the internal limiting membrane of the retina.
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This a edit you may want to add in. Posterior Vitreous Detachment can happen from just the age of 20. I got mine at 21 from stress on the eye's from sleeping with my face, face down on the bed with my arm pushing hard onto my eye's all night that i wake up with flashing colors and PVD can all so happen from eye injury. -- 22.214.171.124 (talk) 2015-12-04T23:13:36