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The diabetic uveopathy

, : The diabetic uveopathy. Annali di Ottalmologia e Clinica Oculistica 113(3): 221-236

The author shows the results of experimental investigations in the microvascularity of a 2 type diabetic patient. The whole data he obtained allowed the author to show exactly the complex of vascular lesions that characterize the diabetic uveopathy. The microangiopathic alterations in each of the three uveal parts and their task in the origin of certain diabetic pathology were observed (keratopathy, glaucoma, iridopathy, cataract, ciliopathy, choroidopathy). As regards the relation between the diabetic uveopathy and retinopathy, the choroidopathy is likely to precede the retinopathy and sometimes it exsist independently from this. The important clinical implications of these observations, particularly regarding the theoretical presuppositions of the photocoagulative treatment, have been discussed.

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