Wet Age Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD)

Macular degeneration is loosely divided between wet and dry, depending upon the presence or absence of new blood vessels and sub-retinal fluid. Dry macular degeneration is more common. Wet macular degeneration may rapidly cause visual loss.

  • What are risk factors for ARMD?
  • What symptoms should people with dry ARMD be warned to look out for?
  • What is an Amsler grid?
  • What treatment is available in wet ARMD?
  • How soon should treatment be started?

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