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Unilateral Severe? Diabetic Maculopathy   Posted By DR.REMA MOHAN    Date : 13-Feb-01   12:58 AM     Reply

48 Years old female patient with type II diabetes mellitus for the past 3 years, Normotensive Vision 3/60 improving to 6/60 with pin hole NI in the right eye and 6/6 - N6 in the left eye. The intra ocular pressure was within normal limits in both the eyes. Fundus examination shows nonproliferative diabetic retinopathy with severe maculopathy in the right eye and a normal fundus in the left eye.

Fundus fluorescein angiography showed moderate dye leak in macula in the right eye. Colours and FFA pictures are attached (retina.jpg). This case is presented for its isolated presentation in one eye only. Opinion regarding differential diagnosis and further management.

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Replies to the above case discussion :

Re : Unilateral Severe? Diabetic Maculopathy - Dr.Kumar 13-Feb-01    09:04 AM

Re : Unilateral Severe? Diabetic Maculopathy - b.r.keshav 13-Feb-01    12:14 PM

Re : Unilateral Severe? Diabetic Maculopathy - Karunakar 13-Feb-01    06:42 PM

Re : Unilateral Severe? Diabetic Maculopathy - Bhushan Khare 15-Feb-01    01:04 PM




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