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Non Proliferative Retinopathy symptoms and treatment in Fort Myers

Non Proliferative Retinopathy

Non Proliferative Retinopathy in Ft Myers Florida
Macula Disorders
  Serous Detachment of Retina
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  Central Retinal Vein Occlusion
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Chronic Retina Disorders
  Retinal Atrophy
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  Retinal Syphilis & Tuberculosis
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  Retinal Toxoplasmosis
  Acute Retinal Necrosis Syndrome
  Birdshot Retinopathy
  Retinal Degeneration
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Non Proliferative Retinopathy treatment in Fort Myers, Florida

Non Proliferative Retinopathy near Fort Myers

Diabetic retinopathy is usually first noticed as the non-proliferative type.  The retina may have small hemorrhages, microaneurysms, lipid exudates or inflammation called diabetic macular edema.


Diabetes mellitus.


You may not have any vision problems in the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, so it is important to have regular retinal examinations to maintain your sight.  Retinal inflammation from diabetes may cause distorted or blurry vision.  Bleeding from diabetic retinopathy may cause cloudy vision.  If the bleeding is severe, it may cause a loss of vision in the eye affected.  This usually occurs on both eyes.


Diabetic retinopathy is diagnosed by retinal examination, special pictures called a fluorescein angiogram, an OCT (optical coherence tomography) scan and sometimes an ultrasound of the eye.


Mild diabetic retinopathy may not require any treatment.  Moderate to severe diabetic retinopathy may require injections of medication to the eye, laser treatments in the retina, or in some cases surgery. 


Maintaining a Hemoglobin A1C level of 7.0 or below will help prevent diabetic retinopathy from advancing to severe stages.  Having regular retina examinations and any necessary treatments will help maintain your vision once diabetes has impacted your eyesight. 

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Non Proliferative Retinopathy symptoms and treatment in Fort Myers


Non Proliferative Retinopathy in Ft Myers Florida
  Macular Dystrophy
  Macular Serous Detachment
  Macular Edema
  Macular Degeneration
  Macular Ischemia
  Macular Hole
  Macular Epiretinal Membrane
  Macular Pucker
  Macular Traction
  Macular Telangiectasias
  Acute Macular Neuroretinopathy
  Macular Cystoid Macular Edema
  Macular Dragging
  Macular Coloboma
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