Options for dry AMD management include genetics, stem cell therapy, multispectral imaging

PHILADELPHIA — New discoveries promise to drive developments in the diagnosis and treatment of dry age-related macular degeneration, a speaker said here.Jason Slakter, MD, described potential diagnostic and treatment methods at Macula 2014.Currently, dry AMD management involves color photography and optical coherence tomography to follow disease progression, but there are no existing treatments, Slakter said.

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