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Controlling Diabetes with Oral Agents

With rates of diabetes rising and expected to continue rising, optometrists find themselves on the front lines of controlling diabetic eye diseases, such as diabetic macular edema and diabetic retinopathy. To successfully control these conditions, they should have an in-depth understanding of the mechanisms, contraindications and side effects of oral medications. This article provides an overview of the many agents available for these patients.

By Candice Tolud, OD, and Joy Harewood, OD
Review of Optometry, August 2016


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