This procedure uses a tiny incision in your eye to remove blood from the middle of the eye vitreous as well as scar tissue that's tugging on the retina. New blood vessels may grow in the front part of your eye and interfere with the normal flow of fluid out of the eye, causing pressure in the eye to build up glaucoma. Retinopathy can develop slowly or suddenly, can get better on its own or lead to permanent damage. Diabetic retinopathy happens when high blood sugar damages the tiny blood vessels of the retina. In addition, some symptoms of retinopathy, such as blurred vision, seeing spots, change in vision, sudden loss of vision, and eye pain, ... more misdiagnosis » The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of Retinopathy. Leitgeb A, et al. American Diabetes Association. Traction retinal detachment: scar tissue from neovascularization shrinks, causing the retina to wrinkle and pull from its normal position. Non-proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy is characterized by leakage from small retinal blood vessels capillaries. It can damage central vision.
Central serous retinopathy — This condition usually goes away on its own. Strict control of blood sugar and blood pressure levels can greatly reduce or prevent diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy happens when high blood sugar damages the tiny blood vessels of the retina. Anti-VEGF Injection Therapy. Typically, both eyes are affected.