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mac·u·lar

, maculate (mak'yū-lăr, -lāt),
1. Relating to or marked by macules.
2. Denoting the central retina, especially the macula retinae.

macular

Dermatology
adjective Referring to a spot (e.g., a macule).

Ophthalmology
adjective Referring to the macula.

macular

adjective Related to
1. A macule.
2. The macula.

mac·u·lar

, maculate (mak'yū-lăr, -lāt)
1. Relating to or marked by macules.
2. Denoting the central retina, especially the macula retinae.
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Macular thickness had further decreased at 3rd month when compared at 1st month and were highly significant
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For general information on macular degeneration, call the Macular Society's Helpline on 0300 3030 111 or email help@macularsociety.org
Amanda Read, Macular Society regional manager, said: "The Loughborough Macular Support Group has been providing a real lifeline for people living locally with sight loss for the past decade.
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