Diabetic Retinopathy or Diabetes-related retinopathy occurs when small blood vessels leak and bleed in the retina. The retina is layer of the eye that acts like the film in the camera of the eye to help you see. Diabetes-related retinopathy is a leading cause of blindness in American adults and it affects over one in
Ability to distinctly perceive objects at a distance, usually tested at 20 feet.
Metric unit used to denote the refractive error of the eye or lens.
The blending of slightly dissimilar images from the two eyes for the perception of three–dimensional depth.
Tissue changes that make it less able to carry out its function.