intraretinal microvascular abnormalities

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intraretinal microvascular abnormalities

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IRMA

Retinal vascular changes, including dilated tortuous retinal capillaries, dot and blot hemorrhages, microaneurysms, and capillary loss seen in diabetic retinopathy.
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Now, Janice Bidwell and her husband, David - Irma's grandson - have travelled to Liverpool from their home in San Diego, California, in the hope of getting some of the items exhibited here.
"Lying about hurricane damage while many Floridians lost everything during Hurricane Irma is sickening.
Paul, from Perth, was given Irma through Bravehound, a charity based in Erskine, Renfrewshire, who support ex-service personnel.
Through the years, MoneyGram has been a trustworthy partner for Irma whenever she had to send money back home quickly.
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John Island, the house where Eugenio Santana Santana, 61, was living was completely blown away by Hurricane Irma. Nothing remains.
On August 27th, Hurricane Irma formed a little off the coast of Africa.
[U.S.A.], September 12 (ANI): At least ten people have lost their lives in Cuba after Hurricane Irma passed over the northern portion of the Caribbean island over the weekend.
WASHINGTON, Sept 11 (KUNA) -- Hurricane Irma is expected to change to a Tropical Storm bringing heavy rain and winds as it treks up Florida's Gulf Coast and further inland into the southeastern United States, U.S.
HURRICANE Irma roared through the Florida Keys yesterday with punishing 130mph winds knocking out power to more than 1.5 million people across the state as Britons in the historic storm's path were warned their situation may "deteriorate significantly".