- caused by capillary occlusion in the retinal nerve fibre layer.
The interruption of axoplasmic flow caused by the ischaemia, and subsequent build-up of transported material within the nerve axons, is responsible for the white and opaque appearance of these lesions.
9. Dense cataract associated with vitreous haemorrhage .
Follow up Suggested follow-up Retinal Finding Annually Normal Every 9 months Mild NPDR Every 6 months Moderate NPDR Every 4 months Sever NPDR Every 2- 4 months CSME Every 6 months CNSME Every 2-3 months PDR