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Anterior Eye Complications in Diabetes Mellitus: Part 2
Dates: 29/07/2011 to 02/09/2011
Pass Mark: 60%
Aside from vascular changes to the retina, which are the most common effect of diabetes mellitus (DM), the anterior structures of the eye can also become dysfunctional in a state of hyperglycaemia. It is vital for eye care professionals to recognise such changes so that early and rapid treatment can prevent irreversible damage from occurring. This article continues from the previous article in this series, by outlining the complications that occur in the aqueous humour, iris, pupil, lens and refractive state of people with DM.
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