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Potential Effects of Hormone Therapy in Type 2 Idiopathic Macular Telangiectasia

Conclusions: Tamoxifen treatment does not seem to accentuate structural changes in patients with MacTel type 2. Treatment with estrogens may exhibit a neuroprotective effect as suggested by the decreased frequency of ellipsoid zone breaks in corresponding patients, although corroborative studies are warranted to confirm these exploratory data.Ophthalmic Res
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