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October 2002. INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL DIABETIC retinopathy . disease severity SCALE. 5 Levels for DIABETIC retinopathy none, mild, moderate, severe and proliferative Proposed disease severity Findings Observable upon Dilated Ophthalmoscopy Level No Apparent retinopathy No abnormalities Mild Non-Proliferative DIABETIC Microaneurysms only retinopathy Moderate Non-Proliferative More than just microaneurysms but less than Severe NPDR. DIABETIC retinopathy Severe Any of the following: Non-Proliferative DIABETIC More than 20 intraretinal hemorrhages in each of 4.

October 2002 INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL DIABETIC RETINOPATHY DISEASE SEVERITY SCALE 5 Levels for Diabetic Retinopathy – none, …

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1 October 2002. INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL DIABETIC retinopathy . disease severity SCALE. 5 Levels for DIABETIC retinopathy none, mild, moderate, severe and proliferative Proposed disease severity Findings Observable upon Dilated Ophthalmoscopy Level No Apparent retinopathy No abnormalities Mild Non-Proliferative DIABETIC Microaneurysms only retinopathy Moderate Non-Proliferative More than just microaneurysms but less than Severe NPDR. DIABETIC retinopathy Severe Any of the following: Non-Proliferative DIABETIC More than 20 intraretinal hemorrhages in each of 4.

2 retinopathy quadrants Definite venous beading in 2+ quadrants Prominent IRMA in 1+ quadrant And no signs of proliferative retinopathy Proliferative DIABETIC One or more of the following: retinopathy Neovascularization Vitreous/preretinal hemorrhage A more detailed table for the INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL DR disease severity Scale is available, with more explanation of the disease severity levels, linkages to the ETDRS levels, standard photographs, and management options. Please contact Flora Lum, at the AAO, 415 561-8500.


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