disciform


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disciform

[′dis·kə‚fȯrm]
(biology)
Disk-shaped.
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When AMD has advanced to end-stage disciform scarring or geographic atrophy, refer non-urgently for low vision assessment and evaluation of the fellow eye.
The formation of a disciform scar constitutes the end-stage of wet AMD, and develops as a result of recurrent haemorrhage with proliferation of fibrovascular tissue.
Trial participants were 60 years of age or older, had bilateral geographic atrophy (dry) or disciform scar (scar-stage wet) AMD and visual acuity no better than 20/80, but no worse than 20/400.
These flecks may be round, oval, or disciform in shape.
The rods degenerate over thick subretinal epithelial deposits such as drusen, while the cones can actually survive even over disciform scars.