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Video Transcript:

“With PDR many blood vessels in the retina close preventing adequate blood flow to the retina. The retina responds to this problem by trying to grow new blood vessels. However, these new abnormal vessels do not provide proper blood flow. They can also bleed as well as lead to scar tissue. Which may cause the retina to wrinkle or even detach. If similar vessels grow abnormally in the front of the eye, they can block the drainage channels of the eye and cause high pressure and possibly glaucoma. Both your central and side vision can be effected by PDR.”

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“With non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy or NPDR damaged blood vessels in the retina begin to leak fluids including small amounts of blood into the retina. Sometimes deposits of fat may leak into the retina. These deposits are called hard exudates.”