Floaters (PVD)Floaters and Flashes, eps10

Floaters (also known as Post Vitreous Detachment) are tiny clusters of gel and/or cellular debris inside the vitreous. The vitreous is the clear fluid inside the back of the eye. The tiny clusters form as we age and block light from the retina creating shadows in your vision. These shadows can look like small specks, bugs, or floating clouds.