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Diabetes: The incidence of diabetes has increased dramatically in recent times. Similarly, this disease has also increased the incidence of blindness. According to statistics, 422 million people worldwide have diabetes. There are also 1.5 million deaths worldwide each year. The disease is the cause of 2.6 blindness worldwide. Above normal blood sugar levels are not a direct cause of blindness. But diabetes increases the risk of eye diseases like diabetic retinopathy. This can lead to complete loss of vision over time. & Nbsp;

"1 in 4 people (from 20 to 60) have undiagnosed diabetes. Eye problems are often the cause of the disease. It is important to know the symptoms of diabetic eye disease (diabetic eye disease). If left untreated, it can lead to complete blindness".

Risk factors for diabetic retinopathy include prolonged diabetes, low blood sugar control, high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, and pregnancy. No symptoms appear in the early stages. As the disease progresses, the appearance of smoke, jelly-like substance in the eye becomes thicker or dark spots or blurred vision appear in the eyes, when the disease is mild to moderate and in case of sudden loss of vision it becomes non-proliferative. Diabetic retinopathy (NPDR) and its later stages are called proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR). If changes are found, FFA and OCT tests are performed to determine the severity and severity of the disease. Injured blood vessels are treated with laser. & nbsp;

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