Histopathology of diabetic retinopathy in man


The retinal changes associated with diabetes mellitus are a consequence of the systemic microangiopathy with modifications related to the intraocular environment. The vascular disorders underlying background retinopathy are arteriolar hyalinosis (which together with abnormalities in the circulating blood can give rise to focal capillary closure), venular… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/eye.1993.58


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