Macular Degeneration

A progressive visual loss due to degeneration of the macula, the portion of the retina responsible for fine vision. There are 2 types of macular degeneration: atrophic (dry) and exudative (wet).

In the exudative type, the degeneration of the macula is accompanied by haemorrhaging or leaking of fluid from a network of tiny blood vessels that develop under the centre of the retina. This results in scarring and loss of vision.

Cause: Factors that predispose a person to developing macular degeneration include ageing, atherosclerosis, hypertension and environmental toxins. Heredity may play a role as well.

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