Diabetic retinopathy archive

Diabetic retinopathy is one of the most common causes of blindness in industrialised countries, affecting the retina of diabetic patients. The treatment depends on what type of diabetes in the eye you have. Sometimes treatment is not needed, and it is enough to sustain good metabolic control and have ophthalmological examinations regularly.

Since diabetic maculopathy is such a serious eye condition, we often blog about the condition, treatment, and technological advances in order to keep patients informed.

At Clinica London, Mr Jaheed Khan and Michel Michaelides treat diabetic patients. Both have extensive experience as retinal specialists. To learn more about the condition, treatment, or consultants, please follow our blog, subscribe to our newsletter, or contact us.

Blogs about diabetic retinopathy

What questions should I ask to ensure I am seeing the most qualified surgeon?

Professor Michel Michaelides explains what kind of questions you should ask to ensure you are seeing the most qualified surgeon.

By | January 4th, 2016|Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Diabetic Retinopathy, FAQ Videos, General Eye Conditions, Inherited Retinal Disorders, Michel Michaelides, Retina|Comments Off on What questions should I ask to ensure I am seeing the most qualified surgeon?