Diabetic Retinopathy is the leaking of retinal blood vessels occurring in advanced long-term diabetics and affecting the macula or the entire retina and vitreous. While not all diabetics develop retinal changes, the likelihood of retinopathy increases the longer a person has diabetes.
Effects of Diabetic Retinopathy
- Discomfort Glare Sensitivity
- Decreased Contrast Sensitivity
- Blurred Vision
- Dazzling Glare Sensitivity
- Unimpaired Peripheral Vision