Good morning everyone! I am writing for my mother who is 92 yrs old. She has had AMD - dry form - since being diagnosed at the age of 50. She has maintained some sight in her right eye all these years, but her left eye lost most sight several years ago from a facial hemmorragh from Coumadin.
We went for an eye check the other day and her vision (with distance glasses on) went from 20/70 to 20/2400! She couldn’t read the eye chart at all. Only the finger test up close to her face
After tests, it was concluded that she now has macular or retinal scarring that has cut off more of her vision. I am her caretaker and I don’t know what to expect next. She has all the visual aids you can think of. It was determined that she did not turn to the wet form of AMD.
My question is if the scarring will continue to get worse and where did the scarring come from in the first place?