Case 15
History:  This young diabetic woman was referred from the diabetic screeing unit. Her diabetic control had been erratic. Fundoscopy showed left optic disc neovascularization. The view was enhanced using the red-free light. As there was no signs of  pre-retinal or vitreous haemorrhage and the vessels occupied less than 1/4 of the disc, pan-photocoagulation was not performed (In accordance with the DRS study). The patient was advised regarding the important of tight diabetic control (refers to DCCT study) and was referred to the diabetologists for further advice. A review was scheduled in 4-week time and she was advised to contact the eye casuatly should she experienced any sudden decrease in vision which may be caused by haemorrhage. 
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