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Although non proliferative retinopathy usually does not require treatment, macular enema must be treated, but fortunately treatment is usually effective at stopping and sometimes reversing vision loss. Scatter laser surgery works best before new, fragile blood vessels have started to bleed. To reduce macular enema, a laser is focused on the damaged retina to seal leaking retinal vessels. In more advanced proliferative retinopathy, diabetic fibrous or scar tissue can form on the retina. It’s usually done in your doctor’s office or eye clinic in two or more sessions. High blood pressure in the arteries of the body can damage the retinal arteries and this is called hypertensive retinopathy. There are three main types of diabetic retinopathy: Non-proliferative retinopathy is an early form of the disease, where the retinal blood vessels leak fluid or bleed. Vision lost to diabetic retinopathy is sometimes irreversible. http://dclakers.com/advisingeyesurgeon/2016/12/05/a-closer-look-at-strategies-of-cataracts/This curved area is the cornea, which focuses light while protecting the eye.