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Current treatments in diabetic macular oedema: systematic review and meta-analysis
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    Diabetic macular edema (DME) is a common complication of diabetic retinopathy (1). Vision loss in patients with diabetes is often associated with diabetic macular edema, DME. Even though DME is a chronic condition, appropriate use of available effective treatment modalities of therapy can be used to prevent moderate and severe vision loss from DME (1).

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