Diabetic Retinopathy Information | There are three stages of diabetic retinopathy, each characterized by ...

Diabetic Retinopathy Information | There are three stages of diabetic retinopathy, each characterized by ...

Fundus+Eye+Examination | Here is the same patient examined with a fluorescein angiogram:-

Fundus+Eye+Examination | Here is the same patient examined with a fluorescein angiogram:-

Uncontrolled Diabetic ~ Diabetic Retinopathy #diabetic #diabetes #eye…

Uncontrolled Diabetic ~ Diabetic Retinopathy #diabetic #diabetes #eye…

Signs of diabetic retinopathy  Images taken from Clark M, Kumar P. 2009 Kumar &Clark’s Clinical Medicine 7/e Saunders

Signs of diabetic retinopathy Images taken from Clark M, Kumar P. 2009 Kumar &Clark’s Clinical Medicine 7/e Saunders

Eyesight and eye-care are very important to people with Diabetes  http://www.diabetescommunity.com/complications/diabetic-retinopathy.html

Eyesight and eye-care are very important to people with Diabetes http://www.diabetescommunity.com/complications/diabetic-retinopathy.html

Protect Your Sight Infographic #Diabetic #EyeDisease #infographic Visit a retina specialist annually for a dilated Retina eye exam. It's the best way to detect changes in vision

Protect Your Sight Infographic #Diabetic #EyeDisease #infographic Visit a retina specialist annually for a dilated Retina eye exam. It's the best way to detect changes in vision

Long-Term Damage to Eyes  Diabetic retinopathy is damage to the tiny blood vessels within the retina of the eye due to high blood sugar levels over time. This can cause progressive and permanent vision loss. Diabetic retinopathy is the most common cause of new blindness in people between 20 and 74. This image shows pools of blood, or hemorrhages, in the retina. Food can either contribute to longevity, or it can be the slowest form of poison. Just don't eat that piece of cake.

Long-Term Damage to Eyes Diabetic retinopathy is damage to the tiny blood vessels within the retina of the eye due to high blood sugar levels over time. This can cause progressive and permanent vision loss. Diabetic retinopathy is the most common cause of new blindness in people between 20 and 74. This image shows pools of blood, or hemorrhages, in the retina. Food can either contribute to longevity, or it can be the slowest form of poison. Just don't eat that piece of cake.

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