Abstract: Generally speaking, retinal macular degeneration or lesions will occur only at the age of 80 and 90. However, because the eyeballs of myopia teenagers are inflated, the retina, choroid and other eye tissues degenerate early in the long-term pull.
teenagers are myopic. After the eyeball expands, the retina and choroid are pulled for a long time, and degenerate over time. In particular, retinal macular degeneration is more serious, which is called myopic maculopathy.
because of the eye expansion caused by myopia, the retina is directly pulled, and the macula in the center of the retina is greatly affected. There are not only macular hemorrhage, which is one of the two major causes of juvenile blindness, but also macular lesions, which is one of the two major causes of blindness in the elderly. Both are blind. What’s more terrible is that macular lesions can’t be treated in medicine at present! So prevention is very important!
generally speaking, the degeneration or lesions of the macula of the retina will occur only at the age of 80 and 90. However, because the eyeballs of myopia teenagers are inflated, the retina, choroid and other eye tissues degenerate early in the long-term pulling. Of course, macular lesions rarely occur in children with high myopia, but they will come early to people with high myopia in their 40s and 50s.
macular lesions seriously affect vision and cannot be treated. Many people with macular lesions regret not protecting their eyes. Therefore, once you are short-sighted, you must continue to deepen and worsen some prevention measures to avoid more severe pulling of eye tissue. Otherwise, macular lesions may occur in your beautiful youth.