Anyone With Diabetes Is At Risk Of Developing Retinopathy.

In most cases, the pressure causes drainage of the aqueous humour to slow down so that it builds up in the anterior chamber. The disease often progresses unnoticed until it affects vision. If you have diabetes, your ophthalmologist can help to prevent serious vision problems. Anyone with diabetes is at risk of developing retinopathy. People with diabetes also tend to get cataracts at a younger age and have them progress faster. This will not affect your eyesight, but it needs to be carefully monitored. In cases of Solar Retinopathy, there may be a loss of the central visual field or decreased vi

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