People with Alzheimer’s disease are more likely to have drusen in their peripheral retinas, as well as unusual vascular characteristics, researchers believe.
Two patients with macular degeneration regained reading vision after receiving stem cells implanted with a new technique, according to researchers.
Lesions appear in both outer and inner retinal layers in the early onset of glaucoma, with the most pathological change in neurophysiological processes affecting the photoreceptors cells of the outer layer. Such findings could aid in early diagnosis of the disease.
Diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular oedema are both increasing in Spain, especially among relatively young people, researchers said.