Diabetes Ophthalmology

Blood vessels in the retina's tissue are harmed in diabetic retinopathy. One of the risk factors is poor blood sugar regulation. Blood vessels may enlarge, leak fluid, and aberrant blood vessel growth is seen on the retina's surface. Scar tissue that is present may shrink and separate from the retina. Early signs include blurring, floaters, black spots in the field of vision, and trouble seeing colours. Although diabetic retinopathy cannot be cured, it can be managed with laser treatments and a surgical procedure called a vitrectomy to remove the vitreous gel.

  • Retina's tissue
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Vitrectomy 

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