Diabetic Retinopathy is one of the major causes of Loss of vision or blindness in Adults.We offer diabetic retinopathy-eye surgery in India with best Indian eye specialist doctors. What is Diabetic Retinopathy: Diabetic Retinopathy is unclear and hazy vision because of the damage to tiny blood vessels in eye,that provides nourishment to retina.The leakage of blood and other fluid due to damage to blood vessels in eye,causes swelling of retinal tissues and a hazy,unclear vision.Diabetic retinopathy affect both the eyes simultaneously.Diabetic Retinopathy can be classified in twoÃ‚Â categories. Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy: Although proliferative diabetic retinopathy is not very common but it is more severe. Non Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy:This is commonly found form of diabetic retinopathy.Although it s mild but is associated with possibility of macular edema (Thickening of Retina). Macular Edema hampers the vision drastically. What are signs and Symptoms of Diabetic Retinopathy? Usually the progression of diabetic retinopathy is slow and the sufferer don't feel any major changes but with progression of medical condition,the patient start having a clouded and hazy vision and if it is not treated in time,it may cause permanent vision loss or blindness. The symptoms of Diabetic Retinopathy are: Hazy or clouded vision. Sudden loss of vision in one eye. Seeing rings or hollows around Light. Dark spots or flashing lights. The symptom described above may be associated with other medical conditions too,but if one suffer from diabetes then one must immediately see an Ophthalmologist or Eye doctor. High blood pressure and pregnancy may aggravate diabetic retinopathy. How Diabetic Retinopathy is Diagnosed ? At CMCS Health we are associated with best equipped and well managed Eye Care hospitals and centers. An Ophthalmologist or Eye Specialist may perform certain tests Test for vision acuity. Eye Fundus examination by dilation of eye and examining the retina. Fluorescein Angiography is done by dilating the eye,injecting a die or contrast media in a vein and taking pictures of retina. Ocular coherence tomography (OCT) can also be performed for diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy. Who are at risk of suffering from Diabetic Retinopathy? Anyone who suffers from diabetes,whether type-1 or type-2 stands the danger of suffering from Diabetic Retinopathy. The major risk factors are: poorly controlled diabetes over a period of time. Uncontrolled and chronic high blood pressure. Sleep apnea is a disorder where the sufferer have episodes of shallow or infrequent breathing during the sleep. High blood cholesterol levels.