diabetic macular edema


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diabetic macular edema

Swelling of the retina resulting from leakage of fluids from damaged blood vessels in the eye. It is a major cause of visual loss in diabetics, and is related to poor control of blood glucose.
See also: edema
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Ranibizumab for diabetic macular edema: results from 2 phase III randomized trials: RISE and RIDE.
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Diabetic macular edema is a special form of diabetic retinopathy, a highly specific microvascular complication of diabetes on the eyes.
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