Eye Complications from Diabetes

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Raman
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Eye Complications from Diabetes

Postby Raman » Thu Jun 02, 2016 6:02 am

Ophthalmological effects

Refractive errors -

Refractive errors occur as the lens contour transforms with changes in blood glucose result and concentrations in blurry vision. Detection is done with pinhole test – The pinhole test is corrected with by blurred eyesight due only to refractive error. are stabilized.

Cataracts -

Cataracts occur in people who have diabetes. Patients present with blurred glare and vision intolerance and may find night vision a specific difficulty. Over time, Interpretation of colors becomes more challenging. The light reflex is reduced and the vision may not be easy to see. When its is affecting your lifestyle, surgical treatment is recommended, independence.

Maculopathy

Maculopathy is not easy to see but is the most common cause of visual loss in individuals with diabetes.

Abrupt blindness

Abrupt lack of vision, beyond the biannual or annual report on fundi and visual acuity
• central retinal artery occlusion
• retinal detachment
• vitreous haemorrage.

These states can occur independently of diabetes. Pressing contact with an Ophthalmologist or timely appraisal by a specialist team is signified.

Nate
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Re: Eye Complications from Diabetes

Postby Nate » Fri Jun 03, 2016 5:01 am

The most common eye problem is usually diabetic retinopathy. This is one of the biggest causes of blindness. Other problems include cataracts, and glaucoma. These two diseases are easily treatable by your eye doctor.

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Re: Eye Complications from Diabetes

Postby Kusum » Tue Oct 04, 2016 11:54 am

Yes if your Diabetes going Up I mean It is going rise higher than Before....Then it is Possible to Eye Blindness....

scarletChel1
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Re: Eye Complications from Diabetes

Postby scarletChel1 » Mon Dec 12, 2016 6:58 am

Yeah! Diabetes and vision problems are related to each other. Recently I read an article on 'How diabetes affects your eyes' , it says that the risk for diabetic eye disease is high in older adults with diabetes. Diabetic retinopathy, cataract, glaucoma and diabetic macular edema are some of the diseases which are linked to diabetes. Regular eye check-ups, maintaining a healthy weight, adding a number of physical activities in the daily routine, quitting the smoking habit, controlling the cholesterol levels, blood pressure, A1C, etc are the things that should be considered to avoid the eye complications from diabetes.
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Re: Eye Complications from Diabetes

Postby Wilefored » Thu Jun 01, 2017 3:18 pm

Good to know this .Thanks

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Eye Complications from Diabetes

Postby Olga k » Tue Jun 06, 2017 11:57 am

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