Fast Five Quiz: Exudative (Wet) Age-Related Macular Degeneration Presentation and Diagnosis

F. Ryan Prall, MD


February 16, 2021

Subretinal hemorrhages can develop in patients with exudative AMD; rarely, these hemorrhages can progress and lead to vitreous hemorrhage.

In most cases, subretinal hemorrhage develops at the margins of the CNV.

In patients with exudative AMD, Amsler grid testing typically may reveal metamorphopsia or relative central scotomas.

Learn more about the signs and symptoms of exudative AMD.


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