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Want to know more about preventing eye diseases and preserving your vision? Check out our video library for answers to many common questions about a number of eye conditions and treatment options.
This video explains that night vision problems are the first warning sign of early stages of age-related macular degeneration. Patients experiencing difficulty seeing at night should be tested for impaired dark adaptation.
This video outlines testing procedures for the AdaptDx tabletop so your patients know what to expect.
This video has no sound, making it the perfect visual to put on the screen in your waiting room. It explains that trouble seeing at night is the first symptom of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a progressive disease that affects your patients' central vision and is the leading cause of adult blindness in the developed world.
In this video, your patients get to learn how a simple test can help determine if they have age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of adult blindness. Impaired dark adaptation, often described as problems seeing at night, is the earliest symptom of AMD and can help detect the disease at least 3 years before it can be diagnosed with current imaging technology.
While this video was originally developed to educate doctors, patients may find it valuable to learn how subclinical AMD is affecting cell growth beneath the surface – causing changes in their vision even before drusen are visible.
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