Prognosis of Retinal Diseases

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In general, retinal diseases progress without treatment, so the aim of treatment is to slow disease progression. In some cases, the patient recovers their vision, but others may continue to worsen even with treatment.

Meanwhile, in neovascular AMD or retinal detachment, the timing of treatment determines the prognosis. The most serious complications and after-effects are a consequence of the chronification of loss of vision, which makes normal activities difficult. However, nowadays blindness due to these causes is infrequent.

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