Diabetic patient with eye condition

A 61 y/o male with a 16-year history of insulin-dependent DM having best corrected visual acuity was 6/60 in his right eye and counting fingers in the left. Intraocular pressure and the anterior chamber were normal in both eyes. Meticulous examination of the iris did not reveal any sign of iris neovascularization. Fundus examination revealed multiple microaneurysms, dot and blot hemorrhages. What else do you see?

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