Abstract： The main fundus changes of pathologic myopia (PM) are posterior staphyloma (PS) and myopic maculopathy (MM), which includes myopic atrophy maculopathy (MAM), myopic tractional maculopathy (MTM), myopic neovascular maculopathy (MNM) and so on. The clinical manifestations of PM-related fundus lesions are complex, and the classification of PM has been a research hotspot in recent years. The proposal of each classification shows an increasing understanding of PM, and each classification has its advantages but also imperfections. For MM, it is recommended to refine the MTM classification based on the ATN classification and adjust it according to the internal correlation between MAM and MNM. The rapid development of modern imaging technology will promote the continuous update of the classification, and its further improvement will also help to understand the development process of PM, which has important clinical value in preventing its occurrence and progression.