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The macula consists of millions of light-sensitive cells that help provide the central vision used in reading, driving, recognizing faces and doing close work, such as sewing.
As AMD advances, it robs individuals of the central vision necessary for everyday activities like reading, driving, watching television and identifying faces.
AMD destroys your sharp, central vision, which enables you to see objects clearly, and for activities such as reading and driving.
I had no central vision, just peripheral - but that was all soft focus.
She said: "I'm sure Mr Williams' prompt action saved my central vision.
Dry AMD occurs when the light-sensitive cells (photoreceptors) in the macula slowly break down, gradually blurring central vision in the affected eye.
AMD can cause profound loss of central vision due to the breakdown of the eye's light-sensing cells in the retina.
Visual Image processing consists of Color perception, Central Vision Processing and Peripheral Vision Processing.
Bergliot Schevenius, Golden Valley, Minnesota, writes that taking NIH-proven ingredients found in PreserVision vitamins (Bausch & Lomb) staved off her AMD and preserved central vision for several years.
She said: "We would not wish to see another case like the young boy who lost his central vision back in October 2005 through looking directly at a partial eclipse in his school playground.
The Implantable Miniature Telescope aims to help in the end stages of incurable age-related macular degeneration, a creeping loss of central vision that blocks reading, watching TV, eventually even recognizing faces.
sets out a central vision of the world that underlies and unites the voluminous writing of economist and political philosopher Marx (1818-83).

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