Diabetic Macular Edema News and Research

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Fluid can leak into the center of the macula, the part of the eye where sharp, straight-ahead vision occurs. The fluid makes the macula swell, blurring vision. This condition is called macular edema. It can occur at any stage of diabetic retinopathy, although it is more likely to occur as the disease progresses. About half of the people with proliferative retinopathy also have macular edema.
New compound ruboxistaurin may decrease vision loss in diabete

New compound ruboxistaurin may decrease vision loss in diabete

New treatment improves visual acuity score of patients with retinitis pigmentosa

New treatment improves visual acuity score of patients with retinitis pigmentosa

Ruboxistaurin may reduce vision loss from diabetes-induced eye disease

Ruboxistaurin may reduce vision loss from diabetes-induced eye disease

Findings about diabetic eye disease may lead to improved screenings and treatment for people with diabetes

Findings about diabetic eye disease may lead to improved screenings and treatment for people with diabetes

Oxygen delivered through the nose may improve poor vision caused by diabetic macular edema

Oxygen delivered through the nose may improve poor vision caused by diabetic macular edema

Oxygen delivered through the nose may improve poor vision caused by diabetic macular edema

Oxygen delivered through the nose may improve poor vision caused by diabetic macular edema

Risk Assessment of Diabetic Retiopathy Improved by Screening Methods

Risk Assessment of Diabetic Retiopathy Improved by Screening Methods