Signs Of Macular Degeneration
One sign of macular degeneration is the presence of color changes under the retina. Pigment changes may occur in the iris or the colored part of the eye. This is because there are pigmented cells located underneath the retina and when they break down, they release pigment that can be seen in the form of dark clumps in the eye. These changes are generally painless and will not affect eye color, but can be a sign of macular degeneration.