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Central Vision loss after kick in my head

I was kicked in the head and immediately afterwards, my left eye vision is blurred (central vision). I went to the ophthalmologist did a fundus scan, ultrasonograph scan, and OCT scan. The doctor said the retina of my left eye is damaged and no surgery is required. I do have test reports that I would like to upload for the doctors here to see and analyze. I would simply like to know whether my left eye will heal over time or not.
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2078052 tn?1331933100
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I would be happy to review the test results.  I would also recommend a consultation with a retina specialist as a second opinion.
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How do I send the test results here?
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Is there anyway I can send a PDF file of my eye exam results?
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Hello, anyone home?
1573381 tn?1296147559
MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL
You can't post other files to this website.  You can try and place a link on a different website and give us the link to review.  I agree with Dr. Fazio that you should see a retina specialist for a second opinion.  Any form of traumatic retina damage needs to be monitored.

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I have been to a ophthalmologist, he says no surgery required. This was on May 7. I am still having central vision blurry issue after 2 months since the trauma.

I do have a link to my eye exam report:
http://www.brushcollage.com/pdf/eye_exam.pdf

I hope to hear from you all soon. Thank you.

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