Macular Degeneration is the progressive deterioration of the central area of the retina. The disease causes a central scotoma, or a decrease in central vision. While peripheral vision remains intact, mobility is often impaired.
Effects of Macular Degeneration
- Central Scotoma(s)
- Decreased Contrast Sensitivity
- Blurred Vision
- Discomforting Glare
- Dazzling Glare Sensitivity