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Visual dysfunction associated with diabetic retinopathy.
Jackson GR, Barber AJ
Alistair Barber on 3/17/2014
Current diabetes reports
Volume : Pages
10 : 380 - 384
Diabetic retinopathy is a leading cause of blindness and is commonly viewed as a
vascular complication of diabetes mellitus. However, diabetes mellitus causes
visual dysfunction before the onset of clinically visible microvascular changes
associated with diabetic retinopathy. Thus, viewing diabetic retinopathy more
generally as a neurovascular disease may lead to an improved understanding of
the mechanisms responsible for vision loss. This article reviews the impact of
diabetes mellitus on inner and outer retinal visual and electrophysiologic
function and advocates for a multimodal approach to the study of diabetic
Investigators with authorship
Pennsylvania State University-Penn State College of Medicine
Neuropathy & Neurocognition
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