Stargardt’s disease is an inherited form of macular degeneration that affects children and young adults. This condition causes light sensitivity cells within the retina to deteriorate and result in a loss of vision clarity and central vision loss.

Symptoms of Stargardt’s disease include small yellow spots covering the retina, difficulty seeing colors, distorted vision, and dark spots. In some cases, vision loss may progress slowly, but in other cases, symptoms may come on rapidly.

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