Some people with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) will develop geographic atrophy, an advanced and severe form of dry AMD that can lead to permanent vision loss. Learn more.
Learn about the two forms of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the importance of early diagnosis, healthy habits that may reduce the risk of developing AMD, and how to monitor your sight if you have this eye disease.
Preparing ahead of time can help you best manage your vision health. Here are some questions you can take along when you visit the doctor.
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This publication provides information on what glaucoma is, the various forms of glaucoma, tips for lowering risk, how this eye disease is diagnosed and treated, and essential questions to ask your doctor after a diagnosis.
This resource discusses how a healthy lifestyle may help reduce your risk of getting AMD, or help protect remaining vision if you already have AMD.
This resource answers all your questions about clinical trials, from what are clinical trials, to how do I enroll?
This resource discusses the various forms of treatment for glaucoma, including medications, conventional surgery, and lasers.
The Amsler grid can help detect early signs of retinal disease and monitor changes in vision after diagnosis.
This resource has been created to aid parents, teachers, and relatives in explaining Alzheimer's disease to elementary school children. It is designed to be read to the child by an adult in an attempt to stimulate conversation about, and understanding of Alzheimer's disease.