White Flashes from Corner of Eye?

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White flashes from the corner of the eye may be the sign of a number of issues. Vitreous Detachment is one condition that is said to cause flashing. This occurs when the vitreous will pull away from the retina. It is a normal part of aging and is said to occur in people ages 50 – 70. Other conditions that may cause white flashes in the corner of the eye include a retinal tear, Uveitis, Ealesâ€â&dbquo;¢ Disease, and Entopic Phenomenon. Each has its own set of causes and conditions but will often be accompanied with white flashes in the eyes.
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