Wait, Treat, Repeat?
A practical guide to managing diabetic macular edema
Rod McNeil | | Longer Read
It is widely known that the global prevalence of diabetes – as well as the complications, deaths, and societal costs associated with it – continue to escalate, with no signs of abating. Unsurprisingly, eye specialists are encountering more patients with diabetic eye disease today than ever before. With diabetic macular edema (DME) remaining a major cause of vision loss, it is essential that all ophthalmologists know how to manage their diabetes patients in the most effective way.
Here are some practical pointers on how to manage DME, based on substantive clinical trial evidence published by the independent body, Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Research Retina Network (DRCR.net), and key presentations given on the international congress stage.
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