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Diabetic retinopathy cannot be reversed or cured but, by getting regular screening eye examinations, you can better monitor its progression, and take any necessary actions to preserve your vision.
A retinal tear often precedes retinal detachment, which is a condition that can lead to vision loss. With prompt detection and treatment, it is possible to keep it from leading to retinal detachment.
Eye flashes and floaters are something most people will experience at some point in their lives. Most of the time, flashes and floaters are benign, but sometimes they are a sign of something serious.
Diabetics are at risk of developing diabetic retinopathy, a condition associated with bleeding and leaking of fluid in the retina, the fine nerve tissue in the back of the eye that helps us see.
Diabetes is a common condition that can cause damage to blood vessels throughout the body, including those contained within the retina. This is known as diabetic retinopathy.
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