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Diabetic Ischaemic maculopathy

Diabetic Ischaemic maculopathy

Ischaemic maculopathy

Signs are variable and the macula may look relatively normal despite reduced visual acuity. In other cases PPDR may be present.

FA shows capillary non-perfusion at the fovea (an enlarged FAZ) and frequently other areas of capillary non-perfusion at the posterior pole and periphery.

Diabetic Ischaemic maculopathy

Diabetic Ischaemic maculopathy

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Diabetic Ischaemic maculopathy

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