Study suggests correlation between reticular pseudodrusen, geographic atrophy

The recognition of reticular pseudodrusen on autofluorescence imaging in patients with geographic atrophy suggests a strong spatiotemporal relationship between the two, according to a study. One hundred and twenty-six eyes of 92 patients with geographic atrophy in at least one eye that underwent sequential fundus autofluorescence (FAF) and/or near infrared reflectance (NIR-R) imaging were included in the retrospective study. Patients were followed for an average 20.4 months.

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