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What Causes Diabetic Retinopathy and Who Can Get It Dr. Amit Gupta, MD, FACS, Ophthalmologist,

Diabetes is a lot of sugar in your blood, and that is about the limit of what most people—patients—understand about diabetes. But what is the implication of that is the real problem.

What is Advanced (Proliferative) Diabetic Retinopathy and Pars Plana Vitrectomy? Dr. Michael Kapusta, MD, FRSCS, Ophthalmologist

Diabetic patients may experience two forms of retinopathy. One is called background, the other proliferative. Background retinopathy has changes in the retina that include swelling of the retina, or diabetic macular edema.

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Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment Options Dr. David Maberley, MD, MSc. (Epid), FRCSC, Ophthalmologist

Diabetic retinopathy, we start treating from a holistic approach. We have to deal with the diabetes as it affects a patient’s body.

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