Choroidal Neovascularization (CNV) Market Assesses the Future Impact of the Propellants, Potential Demands and Restraints on the Market

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Choroidal neovascularization leads to various severe eye diseases such as histoplasmosis, eye trauma, wet age related macular degeneration and myopic macular degeneration. Myopic macular degeneration is generally found in aged people because of tremendous elongation of their eyeball, leading to loss of vision in them. Mostly, the causes for choroidal neovascular are idiopathic, infections, choroidal tumors, degeneration, and trauma.

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Innovation of products with the focus on enhanced efficiency, and growing demographics and economies in the emerging countries such as China and India are some of the major opportunities for choroidal neovascularization market. Increasing prevalence of choroidal neovascularization cases, high patient and physician satisfaction, increasing aging population and rising government initiatives towards healthcare infrastructure in the developing countries are some of the major factors that are driving the growth of global choroidal neovascularization market. Additionally, increase incidences of lifestyle associated diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes are also acting as a driver for the growth of global choroidal neovascularization (CNV) market.

North America had the largest choroidal neovascularization (CNV) market in 2014, attributed to growing population of baby boomers and increasing incidences of choroidal diseases in the region. The Asia-Pacific choroidal neovascularization market is growing with the highest rate compared to the market in other regions. China and India are the two countries, in Asia-Pacific, witnessing fastest growth of choroidal neovascularization markets. Large population of these countries coupled with raising government initiatives and support are the major driving factors of choroidal neovascularization markets in this region.

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