Age-related macular degeneration: Evaluation and treatment CLEVELAND CLINIC JOURNAL OF MEDICINE Moshfeghi, D. M., Lewis, H. 2003; 70 (12): 1017-?


Any patient age 50 or older with distorted vision or vision loss may have age-related macular degeneration and should be immediately referred to an ophthalmologist. Early diagnosis and treatment are essential to preserve the current level of vision. We outline risk factors, clinical signs, what happens to the retina, and what treatments are currently available, as well as recommendations about vitamin and mineral supplementation.

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