I sympathise with anyone suffering from sight loss and the difficulties it causes, as I have had age-related macular disease (AMD) in both eyes since December 2008.
What does ARMD stand for?
ARMD stands for Age-Related Macular Disease (eye disease)
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We have 18 other meanings of ARMD in our Acronym Attic
- Audit, Risk Management and Compliance Committee (National Roads and Motorists' Association Limited; Strathfield, Australia)
- Academy of Rec.Music.Christian Halfwits Advancing Integrity in Recording (informal newsgroup music awards group)
- Aggregate Remote Memory Copy Interface (software)
- Associate of the Royal Manchester College of Music
- Affiliated Realty and Management Company
- Armament Materiel Readiness Command
- Amicale Rétro Moto Cyclo de l'Ouest Parisien (French vintage motorcycle club)
- Accounts Receivable Management Corporation
- Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (NASA)
- Age-Related Macular Degeneration (eye disease)
- ATAPI Removable Drive
- Autosomal Recessive Muscular Dystrophy
- Army Damage Assessment System
- Autosomal Recessive Muscular Dystrophy of Childhood (neuromuscular dystrophy)
- Associated Resources for Management and Development, Inc. (Quezon City, Philippines)
- American Red Magen David for Israel
- Accounts Receivable Management & Data Services
- Accident Relief Medical Equipment (India)
- Agricultural, Resource, and Managerial Economics (Cornell University)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Professor Andrew Lotery (pictured), a consultant ophthalmologist at Southampton General Hospital, believes that genetic testing for age-related macular disease (AMD) could help cut the number of smokers.
Their ophthalmology team's project, Saving Sight the NICE Way, was designed to provide easy access to a treatment for the wet age-related macular disease (wet ARMD) called Lucentis.
A cross-sectional study reported that people with plasma concentrations of L in the lowest third of the distribution have a significant odds ratio for risk of age-related macular disease (ARMD) of 2.