There are two types of age-related macular degeneration of Types Of AMD:
Dry AMD: A number of drusen, small yellow deposits of fatty proteins or lipids that accumulate under the retina are typically found in dry macular degeneration. Geographic atrophy, a late-stage of dry age-related macular degeneration might develop. Dry AMD is more common, accounting for 85-90% of all cases. It usually progresses slowly and rarely causes total blindness.
Wet AMD: Although wet AMD only accounts only for 10-15% of patients with AMD, this type is more likely to cause a relatively sudden change in vision, resulting in serious vision loss due to the formation of new blood vessels that grow from the choroid under and into the macula (choroidal neovascularization). As a result, it causes subretinal hemorrhage, fluid leakage and subretinal fibrosis underneath the retina, leading to total vision loss.
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