Bits of cellular debris floating within the eye are commonly referred to as floaters. Because these floaters cast shadows over the retina, the individual sees small specks that move slowly before the eyes, especially in certain lights and against certain backgrounds. Elderly and nearsighted people are most likely to complain of floaters. Most floaters eventually become less noticeable and are considered benign.

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