We've got the answer to the most frequently asked question about wet AMD. Frank Siringo, M.D., O.D., chief of vitreoretinal diseases and surgery at Omni Eye Specialists in Denver, explains wet macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss, and how it affects the eye.
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