At 12 months after full macular translocation, mean VA had remained at 1.07 logarithm of the minimum angle of resolution (logMAR) units (20/200).13 Final VA ranged from 3.0 logMAR units (no light perception) to 0.3 logMAR units (20/40), with a mean of 1.26 logMAR units (20/300). At 1 year, an increase in VA of 3 or more lines was observed in 24 patients; VA was stable in 37 patients and deteriorated in 29 patients. At final examination, VA had increased in 15 patients, was stable in 35 patients, and had deteriorated in 40 patients (Table 1). Compared with a mean logMAR value of 1.00 (SD, 0.36) at baseline, mean logMAR value at 12 months was 1.07 (SD, 0.43) and 1.26 (SD, 0.53) at final examination, thus resulting in a mean change of 0.26 logMAR units (SD, 0.56) during the time period of about 3 years (Table 2). Figure 1 shows the survival curve with survival defined as not having lost 3 lines. At 12 and 36 months, 84% and 75% of patients, respectively, had not experienced a loss of 3 lines. Change in VA was influenced by the development of secondary RPE atrophy, including that of the new fovea. Mean change in VA in patients with central RPE atrophy was 0.37 logMAR units (SD, 0.60) compared with a change in VA of 0.0 logMAR units (SD, 0.36) in patients without RPE atrophy, a statistically significant difference (F1.70 = 8.8; P = .004).