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About symptomatic vitreomacular adhesion (VMA)

Symptomatic VMA is an increasingly recognized sight-threatening disease of the vitreoretinal interface.1 VMA may lead to symptoms such as metamorphopsia, decreased visual acuity, and central visual field defect.2-4 VMA can cause traction resulting in anatomical damage, which may lead to severe visual consequences, including macular hole.

About vitreomacular traction (VMT)

Persistent vitreomacular adhesion (VMA) can lead to symptoms caused by traction at the vitreoretinal interface, often referred to as vitreomacular traction (VMT).

About macular hole

Persistent vitreomacular adhesion (VMA) can lead to symptoms caused by traction at the vitreoretinal interface, often referred to as vitreomacular traction (VMT). VMT can lead to the formation of a macular hole.5,12

Symptomatic VMA Vireomacular Traction Macular Hole

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