Selective loss of inner retinal layer thickness in type 1 diabetic patients with minimal diabetic retinopathy.

@article{vanDijk2009SelectiveLO,
  title={Selective loss of inner retinal layer thickness in type 1 diabetic patients with minimal diabetic retinopathy.},
  author={Hille W van Dijk and Pauline H. B. Kok and Mona Kathryn Garvin and Milan Sonka and J. Hans DeVries and Robert P. J. Michels and Mirjam E. J. van Velthoven and Reinier O. Schlingemann and Frank D. Verbraak and Michael David Abr{\`a}moff},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology \& visual science},
  year={2009},
  volume={50 7},
  pages={
          3404-9
        }
}
PURPOSE To determine whether type 1 diabetes preferentially affects the inner retinal layers by comparing the thickness of six retinal layers in type 1 diabetic patients who have no or minimal diabetic retinopathy (DR) with those of age- and sex-matched healthy controls. METHODS Fifty-seven patients with type 1 diabetes with no (n = 32) or minimal (n = 25) DR underwent full ophthalmic examination, stereoscopic fundus photography, and optical coherence tomography (OCT). After automated… Expand
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