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  1. The diabetic retinopathy is disease caused by the high blood sugar in blood that causes damage to blood vessels in the retina. The damage to ratina may swell or leak the blood vessels or they can close, stopping blood from passing through. Thus a diabetic patient gets blurred or no vision at all.

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