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  • Diabetic Eye Disease

    Dr Stuti Misra, BOptom, PhD Department of Ophthalmology

    University of Auckland

  • What is diabetes?

    • Disorder of carbohydrate metabolism

    • Lack of effect or production of endogenous insulin

    • Type 1 and Type 2

    • Multiple organ involvement

  • Organs affected

    • Large blood vessel disease – Heart – Nervous system – Peripheral vascular disease

    • Small blood vessel disease – Eyes – Kidneys – Nervous system

  • Ocular surface: Tear film and Cornea

    • Tear film - Dry eye • Reduced tear quantity • Reduced tear film stability

    • Reduced corneal sensitivity

    • Greater risk of viral* and fungal infections#

    * Kaiserman et al., Ophthalmology 2005; Herpetic eye disease in diabetic patients. # Gopinathan et al., Cornea 2002; The epidemiological features and laboratory results of fungal keratitis: a 10-year review at a referral eye care center in South India.

  • Cornea

    • Corneal nerve damage

    • Keratopathy • Superficial punctate keratitis

    • Recurrent corneal erosions

    • Persistent epithelial defects

  • Iris, Pupil and Crystalline lens

    • Miotic Pupil • Iris neovascularisation • Lenticular induced

    myopic shift!

    • Cataract (post-subcapsular)

  • Retina

    Diabetic retinopathy

  • Retina

    • Two main retinal diseases in the older patient

    – Diabetic retinopathy – Age related macular degeneration How to tell the difference?????

  • Retina

    Diabetic retinopathy – Accounts for >90% blindness under the age of 60

    Age related macular degeneration – Accounts for >90% blindness over the age of 60.

  • Key differential in retinal macular haemorrhages

    • Principally, either diabetic maculopathy* or age related macular degeneration

    • Less commonly branch retinal vein occlusion* • Differentiate can be tricky:

    – Age ARMD > 60 yrs – Age DR

  • Clinical features

    – Red bits (small and or large) • Blood: microaneurysms, haemorrhages

    – White/yellow bits • Cotton wool spots, drusen & exudate

    – Brown/black bits • Laser, pigment

  • Normal

  • Red Bits: small

  • Red bits: larger

  • Red Bits: Large

  • Red Bits: Large

    And Yellow bits

  • Red Bits: Large

    And Yellow bits

    Yellow bits= exudate

  • Red Bits: Large

    And Yellow bits

    And brown/black bits

  • More than one vessel involved

  • All the retinal signs accounted for !!

    • Blocked vessels lead to • retinal haemorrhages • Cotton wool spots • Abnormal retinal vessels

    • Venous “sausaging”, irregularity

    • Intra-retinal microvascular anomalies

    • Disc new vessels • Retinal new vessels

  • All the retinal signs accounted for !!

    • Leaking vessels lead to • Protein (hard exudate) • Haemorrhage • Fluid (diffuse and local)

    • Intra-retinal and Sub-retinal

    Fluid

    Exudate

    *OCT scan showing fluid (oedema)

  • Diabetic retinopathy (DR)

    • How we classify it.

    • Background: bits and bobs but good vision.

    • Pre-proliferative/ Proliferative: Ischaemic signs of varying degree leading to “new vessel growth”

    • Maculopathy: involvement of the macula

  • Classification of retinopathy vessel blockage

    No retinopathy

    Proliferative

    Non -proliferative

    Background

    Increasing Ischaemia

  • Classification of retinopathy vessel leakage

    No leakage

    Leakage

    Focal Diffuse

    Ischaemic

  • Non-proliferative Signs

    • Microaneurysms • Intraretinal haemorrhages • Hard/Soft exudates

  • Venous changes

  • Proliferative retinopathy

    • Neovascularisation

  • Intra-retinal microvascular abnormalities (IRMA)

  • Diabetic Macular oedema

    Leakage of plasma through vascular abnormalities produces retinal oedema

  • Classification of maculopathy vessel leakage/blockage

    Maculopathy

    Focal Focal area of leak

    Diffuse General leak

    Ischaemic Loss of blood supply

  • Maculopathy

    • Focal – Fluid, lipid and proteins leak from a focal group

    of microaneurysm often leaving a well defined yellow ring – ring or circinate exudate

    • Ischaemic – capillaries underlying the fovea are all occluded

    • Diffuse – all the capillaries leak.

  • Normal vasculature

    Fluorescein angiogram

  • Ischaemic maculopathy

  • Screening Programs in NZ

    • Wellington (Example) • 13,000 diabetic in Wn

    – 400 patients screened

  • Social Engineering

    • Healthy Living

    – Exercise – Weight loss – Support groups

    Expensive, difficult to measure outcomes, politically unpopular

  • Why should we be interested?

    • Increasing No’s 160,000 diabetics by 2026

    – MOH 2006. in Evidence based Best Practice Guide

    • Personal cost • Morbidity, reduced life expectancy etc

    • Economic cost • Lost opportunities, Tx $1,000 million for type 2

    by 2021 – Diabetes Inc 2001

  • Why are we interested?

    • Retinopathy present in 1/3rd of diabetics

    • 4-8% have retinopathy at diagnosis

    • Leading cause of blindness in working age-group

    • Prompt recognition and treatment of sight- threatening eye disease can prevent sight-loss

  • Treatment of retinopathy

    • Historically no treatment • “diabetics died” before chronic complications

    developed

    • Historically poor systemic treatment • Laser protocols for blockage e.g. pan retinal

    photocoagulation • Laser protocols for leakage e.g. focal laser

    • Bevacizumab (Avastin) Help reducing macular oedema and neovascularisation

  • General management

    • Education and support • Institute good diabetic

    control • Lifestyle changes

    – Weight loss – Dietary modification – Exercise – Cessation of smoking

    • Carbohydrate control Diet

    Oral hypoglycemics Insulin

    • Control BP & Lipids • Monitor renal function • Management of the

    complications of diabetes

    Programmes “Get Checked” . Budget 2006 $76m for obesity. CM “Lets Beat Diabetes”

  • Risk of retinopathy

    • Age • Duration of DM • Glycaemic control • Hypertension • Lipid status • Anaemia

    • Pregnancy • Obesity • Smoking • Alcohol use • Other Systemic

    disease • Ethnicity

  • Summary

    • Blood and stuff in both retinae = diabetic retinopathy if pt < 60yrs

    • If macula involvement = maculopathy

    • If no macula involvement think “blockage”

  • Questions....

    Diabetic Eye Disease What is diabetes? Organs affected Ocular surface: �Tear film and Cornea Cornea Iris, Pupil and Crystalline lens Retina Retina Retina Key differential in retinal macular haemorrhages Clinical features Slide Number 12 Slide Number 13 Slide Number 14 Slide Number 15 Slide Number 16 Slide Number 17 Slide Number 18 Slide Number 19 More than one vessel involved All the retinal signs accounted for !! All the retinal signs accounted for !! Diabetic retinopathy (DR) Classification of retinopathy�vessel blockage Classification of retinopathy�vessel leakage Non-proliferative Signs Venous changes Proliferative retinopathy Intra-retinal microvascular abnormalities (IRMA) Diabetic Macular oedema Classification of maculopathy�vessel leakage/blockage Maculopathy Normal vasculature Ischaemic maculopathy Screening Programs in NZ Social Engineering Why should we be interested? Why are we interested? Treatment of retinopathy General management Risk of retinopathy Summary Questions....

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