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Delay in diabetic retinopathy screening increases the rate of detection of referable diabetic retinopathy.

Scanlon PH, Aldington SJ, Stratton IM - Diabet. Med. (2013)

Bottom Line: Data were available for 8020 with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes.Of these, 3569 were screened within 6 months, 2361 between 6 and 11 months, 1058 between 12 and 17 months, 366 between 18 and 23 months, 428 between 24 and 35 months, and 238 at 3 years or more after diagnosis.The rate of detection of referable diabetic retinopathy is elevated in those who were not screened promptly after diagnosis of type 2 diabetes.

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Affiliation: Gloucestershire Diabetic Retinopathy Research Group, Cheltenham General Hospital, Cheltenham, UK; English NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme, Gloucester, UK.

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Proportion of subjects with referable diabetic retinopathy; χ2 for trend, P = 0.0004.
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fig01: Proportion of subjects with referable diabetic retinopathy; χ2 for trend, P = 0.0004.

Mentions: Data were available for 8020 subjects with newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetes (see Fig.1 and Table2).


Delay in diabetic retinopathy screening increases the rate of detection of referable diabetic retinopathy.

Scanlon PH, Aldington SJ, Stratton IM - Diabet. Med. (2013)

Proportion of subjects with referable diabetic retinopathy; χ2 for trend, P = 0.0004.
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fig01: Proportion of subjects with referable diabetic retinopathy; χ2 for trend, P = 0.0004.
Mentions: Data were available for 8020 subjects with newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetes (see Fig.1 and Table2).

Bottom Line: Data were available for 8020 with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes.Of these, 3569 were screened within 6 months, 2361 between 6 and 11 months, 1058 between 12 and 17 months, 366 between 18 and 23 months, 428 between 24 and 35 months, and 238 at 3 years or more after diagnosis.The rate of detection of referable diabetic retinopathy is elevated in those who were not screened promptly after diagnosis of type 2 diabetes.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Gloucestershire Diabetic Retinopathy Research Group, Cheltenham General Hospital, Cheltenham, UK; English NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme, Gloucester, UK.

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Related in: MedlinePlus