Diabetes Retinopathy

 Diabetic retinopathy refers to the damage incurred to the retina due to diabetes mellitus. It can lead to blindness. Diabetic Retinopathy affects most of the populations who have suffered from diabetes for 20 years or more. The chances of getting affected by it is directly proportional to the time period a person suffers from diabetes. The disease do not have any early symptoms and is hence undetectable unless examined by direct or indirect ophthalmoscope by a trained ophthalmologist. With growing stages however, it lead to fragile blood vessel formation at the back of the eye which are prone to breaking and bleeding with floating blood vessels in person’s visual field.


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