Macular degeneration is often described as either “dry” or “wet”; “wet” refers to bleeding underneath the retina. This is a somewhat artificial categorization, as both types are largely thought to be variants of the same disease. The dry type often predates the wet type; the dry type can suddenly turn into the wet type.

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