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Todd Goodglick, MD, of Washington Eye Physicians, discusses common ophthalmological issues resulting from myotonic dystrophy and what can be done to address these symptoms.

​Prevention of Lens Opacities

There is no proven therapy to slow or prevent the progression of lens opacity once it develops. Reducing UV ray exposures by wearing sunglasses is generally recommended.

Annual Ophthalmological Examination

Annual eye examinations should be done on every DM1 and DM2 patient to assess above-described eye problems.

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