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Asteroid Hyalosis     
This is the only eye condition that can make the inside of your eye look like a star-struck night sky. The only problem is that you can’t see it for yourself, unless your eyecare practitioner takes a photograph of the inside of the eye. Normally, there are no symptoms of  asteroid hyalosis  at all, and in fact most people who have it don’t know it. The eyes are filled with a substance called the  vitreous humour , or  vitreous body , which is a transpare... Read More
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