Although diabetes does not necessarily lead to diabetic
retinopathy, people with the diabetic retinopathy may experience a condition in
which their diabetes causes blood vessels that feed the retina of the eye to
break. The resulting damage may appear as spots or blanks in the field of
vision. This condition is called Diabetic Retinopathy. In more severe cases of
diabetic retinopathy, blood clots and scar tissue can develop on the retina,
which can lead to complete vision loss. All people with diabetes should have
regular eye exams and maintain good diabetic management. If diabetic retinopathy
is detected, leaking vessels may sometimes be closed using a laser.
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