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Lattice degeneration
Good day, i am 22 and i am a mbbs student Last month found out that i have lettice degeneration in one eye for which i had laser treatment. I am not Myopic. Now i am worried about my vision bcoz i have to study alot and its like starting of career what if there any serious vision problem in future. How common it is in my age? Should i be worried? Please answer.
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Lattice degeneration is seen in 20% of non myopic population. Since you got a laser done,you need not worry at all. Make sure you get your retina checked once a year by a Retina specialist.
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