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In the implanted eye, the device renders enlarged central vision images over a wide area of the retina to improve central vision, while the non-operated eye provides peripheral vision for mobility and orientation.
I've learned to adjust and cope with my loss of central vision at all times but when I'm diving I don't feel I have a disability.
Mr Flynn has experienced deteriorating central vision for the last eight years which has affected his quality of life but is now looking forward to a clearer view of his beloved Manchester United on television.
Because central vision accounts for almost all of our daytime visual acuity, wet AMD sufferers experience severe and profound day-to-day challenges.
However, because most driver's license eye tests check only central vision (like reading an eye chart), it's possible for a person to pass the vision test even if he or she has advanced glaucoma.
Macular degeneration is a group of eye diseases that affects central vision.
AMD is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that kills photoreceptor cells in the macula-the region of the retina responsible for sharp, detailed central vision.
Dry AMD occurs when the light-sensitive cells in the macula gradually break down and the central vision of the eye begins to blur.
But in April last year, he lost his central vision.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) manifests as blurred central vision or a blind spot in the middle of the eye.
You may need new glasses, have a cataract or have a condition called age-related macular degeneration, which causes blurring of your central vision.
The usual symptoms of dry AMD include a blurry spot in your central vision and the sense that objects aren't as bright as they used to appear.

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