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The disease causes weakening of the macula, which is the small area at the center of the retina, which is specialized for fine vision.
Bleeding and swelling of the macula results in macular edema and eventually, maculopathy, while starvation of the retina leads to a chain-reaction of negative events that eventually results in diabetic retinopathy.
This condition leads to a loss of sharp vision in the center of the retina (the macula).
Byproducts of the vitamin accumulate on the macula, in the back of the eye, eventually resulting in a loss of central vision, as if perpetually looking at the world through an eclipse.
Located on the opposite side of the lens, the macula includes the region of sharpest vision, the fovea.
The membrane can form over the macula , a region near the center of the retina that sharply focuses images, a crucial process for reading or seeing fine detail.
The membrane can form over the macula, a region near the center of the retina that sharply focuses images, a crucial process for reading or seeing fine detail.
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