Eye disease is common among people with diabetes. Diabetes related eye disease can progress into serious and irreversible problems, even blindness, if left untreated. It is, therefore, essential that everyone with diabetes understands what they should do to prevent and treat eye disease. Take this quiz and learn how to protect your vision.
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What part of the eye can be affected by diabetes?
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What can happen if you have little enlargements of the blood vessels in the eye?
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Where is the retina located?
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Retina damage due to diabetes is called:
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In the early stages of diabetic retinopathy:
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What happens when diabetic retinopathy becomes severe?
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Besides diabetic retinopathy, what other eye condition is common among people with diabetes?
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What is the function of the cornea?
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What is the function of the macula?
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What is found in the anterior chamber of the eye?
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People with diabetes are ____ more likely to develop glaucoma compared to people without diabetes.
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What happens in an eye that has glaucoma?
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What happens in an eye that has cataracts?
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What is the treatment for mild cataracts?
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What is the treatment for advanced stage cataracts?
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What may be the consequence of cataract surgery?
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What is photocoagulation?
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What are the side effects of photocoagulation?
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What is vitrectomy?
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