A 38 year old patient presented for a routine exam. He has no complaints. He has a medical history significant for diabetes mellitus type 2. On exam, his vision is 20/30 and his intraocular pressure is normotensive. What is your favorite diagnosis and management?

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DIABETIC RETINOPATHY SHOWING CLUSTER OF DIFFUSE MICROANURYSMS IN PARAMACULAR AREA. MACULAR ODEMA I WOULD LIKE YO GO FOR OCT TO SEE FOR ANY LEEK AND THEN PROCEED ACCORDINGLY PT SHOULD ALSO HAVE HOOD FIABETIC CONTROLLER

Microannurism following Diabetic Ratinopathy. In view of maccular odema pt must be consulted by Opthalmic surgeion. Strict Glysemic controll.

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