Choroidal dystrophy is an innate eye disorder. This is a very typical type of eye disease from birth. Choroidal dystrophy is a rare inborn retinal disease causing intense loss of vision in the middle age of the sufferer. Doctors find this disease Choroidal Dystrophy is a bilateral disorder which can challenge to diagnose because the treatment of this disease is not available much in the present time. Choroidal Dystrophy is distinguished by a confined weaken area in the macular section and fluorescein angiography exposes normal choroidal satisfying with apparent hyperfluorescence in the all areas of RPE atrophy for which the disease develops. Visual fields become defecting as the disease grows gradually and therefore the affected people experience losing vision day by day. Choroidal dystrophy turns very severe in the later ages of life causing several visual losses. Most importantly, this disease affects particularly the males of the species.
Poor central vision and nyctalopia are the main symptoms of this disease which occur at the age from 40s to 50s. Several vision losses occur as the initial symptoms of this disease. Some of the most important symptoms are to be noted for this disease:
Presently there is no treatment of this disease. However, doctors prescribe of low vision aids for this disease to get rid of pain and blurry vision.
The main cause of dystrophy choroidal is the effect of inheritance. It is a rare disease which develops by birth. Dystrophy choroidal is a rare hereditary disorder. It attacks usually to a central scotoma in middle-aged patients.
The most important type of this disease is Central areolar choroidal dystrophy.