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Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetes mellitus (DM) can cause damage to many organs in the human body, including the eyes. The detection of such damage is possible through the ophthalmological examination of diabetic patients regardless of symptoms. Damage to the retina of the eye is called diabetic retinopathy (DA) and is one of the most common complications of diabetes.


In the early stages the harmful effect of diabetes on the eyes is completely asymptomatic while in the advanced stages it can cause blurred vision, myopia and a sharp decrease / loss of vision.
Diagnosis is possible after a detailed examination of the fundus of the eye after dilation of the pupil.


The treatment of diabetic retinopathy depends on the type and severity of the damage and consists of:

• Laser photocoagulation
• Intravitreal Injections
• Surgery