maculopathy

mac·u·lop·a·thy

(mak'yū-lop'ă-thē),
Any pathologic condition of the macula lutea.
Synonym(s): macular retinopathy

maculopathy

/mac·u·lop·a·thy/ (mak″u-lop´ah-the) any pathological condition of the macula retinae.
bull's eye maculopathy  increase of pigment of a circular area of the macula retinae accompanying degeneration, occurring in various toxic states and diseases.

maculopathy

[mak′yəlop′əthē]
Etymology: L, macula, spot; Gk, pathos, disease
a form of macular disease primarily involving the macula lutea.

maculopathy

A generic term for any disease arising in or centred around the macula of the retina.

mac·u·lop·a·thy

(mak'yū-lop'ă-thē)
Any pathologic condition of the macula lutea.

maculopathy

any pathological condition of macula lutea; e.g. diabetic retinal disease
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Co-author Rupert Bourne said: "The report has shown that having diabetes doubles your risk of being diagnosed with a cataract, and that this risk is six times higher if a diabetic patient has significant diabetic retinal disease, called diabetic maculopathy.
An Asian woman in her 60s was found to have bilateral "fovial sparkles," further described as intraretinal round yellow deposits in the fovea, further described as crystalline maculopathy.
Vaz Pereira C, Franco M, Guerra Pinto R, et al Bull's eye maculopathy in a patient treated with efavirenz.
sup][3],[4] We report a case series of laser-induced maculopathy treated with standard doses of oral corticosteroids.
The rest are due to other eye conditions like glaucoma, retinopathy and maculopathy.
Early age-related maculopathy and self-reported visual difficulty in daily life.
Ophthalmological examination revealed that twelve (13%) children were detected with various pathologies in the fundus, including retinitis pigmentosa (RP) (n=8), maculopathy (n=4), and torch scar (n=1).
Patients with diabetes for >5 years showed some stage of diabetic retinopathy; 34% with mild NPDR, 41% moderate NPDR, 8% severe NPDR, 75% very severe NPDR, 4% early PDR, 3% high risk PDR, 3% diabetic maculopathy (Fig: 1) with the mean duration as 8 years.
Fundos copy was done for any evidence of diabetic retinopathy including micro aneurysms dot and blot hemorrhages, new vessel formation and maculopathy.
In her other eye, her history included cataract, keratoconus, hypertension, toxic maculopathy of the retina, and a posterior subcapsular polar cataract.
Of this, 59 percent is due to cataract, 14 percent to uncorrected refractive errors, 11 percent to glaucoma, and 11 percent to retinopathy and maculopathy.