Best complications in diabetic eye patients
At present diabetes is a common but terrible disease. Diabetes is a disease that deeply affects your eyes. Diabetes can damage the blood vessels and lenses of your eyes over time. It can lead to poor eyesight and even blindness. Diabetes is the most common cause of blindness between the ages of 25 to 65 years.
What are the complications in the eyes of a diabetic patient?
Diabetes can cause various problems in the human eye. Such as retinopathy, cataract or cataract, glaucoma, increased eye pressure, neuropathy, ophthalmoplegia, infection, and temporary vision loss.
What is diabetic retinopathy?
Diabetic retinopathy is a complex disease of diabetes that affects the eyes due to high blood pressure in the body and damages the retina of the eye.
It damages the blood vessels of the light-sensitive tissues behind the eyes (retina). These damaged blood vessels and abnormal new cells in the retina can cause vision loss. Even the patient may go blind.
It usually takes several years for a diabetic patient to reach this stage.