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    Medical Reference Related to Macular Degeneration

    1. Frequently Asked Questions About Glaucoma

      If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with glaucoma, these questions and answers from the experts at WebMD can give you more information about the disease.

    2. Eye Health and Strabismus

      Strabismus is a condition that causes crossed eyes. Learn more from WebMD about therapy to correct this eye problem, which typically affects children.

    3. Eyeglasses and Your Eyes

      WebMD explains different types of eyeglass lenses and lens coatings, along with tips for caring for your spectacles.

    4. Coping With Vision Loss

      Losing your ability to see can be very difficult to accept. Learn more from WebMD about coping with vision loss.

    5. Corneal Abrasion

      WebMD describes the symptoms, causes, and treatments of a corneal abrasion.

    6. Eye Health and Uveitis

      WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of uveitis, an inflammation of the inner layers of the middle eye.

    7. Macular Dystrophy

      WebMD explains a rare condition called macular dystrophy, a genetic eye disorder that causes central vision loss.

    8. Eye Health and Night Blindness

      WebMD explains the possible causes and treatment of night blindness, or poor vision in low light.

    9. Photorefractive Keratectomy Eye Surgery

      WebMD explains laser eye surgery called photorefractive keratectomy, or PRK.

    10. LASIK Eye Surgery and Other Refractive Surgeries

      WebMD tells you what you need to know about refractive eye surgeries to improve vision, including what's involved in the procedures and how much they cost.

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