Explain to interested patients that phacoemulsification cataract surgery could result in development and progression of diabetic retinopathy. To study the conjunctival flora and bacterial contamination of AC between well-controlled diabetics and non-diabetics. Twenty-nine eyes for the combined surgery group and twelve eyes for the sequential group were included. They are seen more commonly clinically in eyes with damaged blood aqueous barriers, such as in diabetes or uveitis. Foveal, inner macular, outer macular thickness, and macular volume were analyzed. A good correlation was found between the amount of blurring of the test target and the drop in visual acuity. Over time, diabetes affects the circulatory system of the retina.
Conclusion: Subjective and objective visual function 5 years after cataract surgery remained stable in most surviving diabetics and non-diabetics. Please be flexible, it may be necessary to adjust your arrival times. It occurs most often in people over