This is called diabetic retinopathy. Other forms of diabetic eye disease can include:

Very often there are no symptoms of diabetic eye disease. If you are diabetic (type 1 and type 2) you should have a full eye exam at least once per year.

Our experienced consultants can diagnose and treat diabetes and macular diseases in a hospital near you.



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