Using specific algorithms, pupillary dilation and manual eyelid lifting ‘substantially increase’ visible retina area, help detect lesions, hemorrhage and/or microaneurysm in diabetic retinopathy.
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Patients with diabetic retinopathy experienced significant increases in retinal nonperfusion whether they were treated or not. But treated patients had reduced severity, a study shows.
High systemic total cholesterol in early middle age may play a role in initial development of AMD.
Telemedicine programs need to close the “communication gap” between screening and diagnosis in diabetic eye disease.