Retinal Detachment.

The key to treating retinopathy is managing the underlying causes of this condition. Intraocular steroid injection is a treatment for diabetic macular enema. Fluorescein angiography, where a dye is injected into the patient and the back of the eyes are viewed and photographed, helps to locate leaky vessels. People who keep their blood sugar levels closer to normal are less likely to have retinopathy or to have milder forms. If so, discontinuing medication will stop, but not reverse, any damage.  This is why having eye exams regularly is so important. Additional exams during pregnancy may be

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Apart From Reddish Patches Or Reddened Sclera, The Small Blood Vessels In The Eyes May Also Look Prominent.

Burning eyes can be an irritating ordeal and can get out of hand if not treated in time. This condition is known as a subconjunctival haemorrhage. Apart from reddish patches or reddened sclera, the small blood vessels in the eyes may also look prominent. The following are some of the common causes for this condition. If the red spot doesn't disappear within a couple of weeks and is also accompanied by other symptoms such as pain or vision changes, do consult an ophthalmologist. Another cause can be the presence of some foreign bodies in the eye, such as dust. Gritty sensation in the eye, tearing,

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