Stargardt Disease is a common inherited retinal disorder. It typically affects young, healthy individuals in the first or second decade of life. Stargardt disease is usually autosomal recessive, but autosomal dominant and mitochondrial pedigrees have been described.
There is no known treatment for Stargardt disease. The visual prognosis depends on the degree of macular involvement. Vision usually stabilizes in the 20/200 range when affected.