Therapeutic Retinopathy

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Considered one of the leading causes of vision loss which could lead to blindness Diabetic retinopathy may no longer be an untreatable chronic condition. Described as a condition that usually accompanies both type one and type two diabetes, it can be best understood as the leakage and narrowing of blood vessels behind the eye. This abnormality subsequently impacts visual functions limiting the affected person progressively with time. It has been an extensive process to reach the newfound information that could possible lead to a viable treatment in said condition. Diabetic retinopathy is said to consist of two phases; the first being the non-proliferative phase which is identified with the presence of a macular edema brought on by the abnormal

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