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Diabetic Eye Disease Quiz
Do you know that diabetic eye disease is a leading cause of blindness? If you have diabetes, do you know how to reduce your risk of visual loss? To determine what your Eye-Q is, answer the following questions.

Question 1: People with diabetes are more likely than people without diabetes to develop certain eye diseases.
  a. 

  b. 

Question 2: Diabetic eye disease usually has early warning signs.
  a. 

  b. 

Question 3: People with diabetes should have yearly eye examinations.
  a. 

  b. 

Question 4: Diabetic retinopathy is caused by changes in the blood vessels in the eye.
  a. 

  b. 

Question 5: People with diabetes are at low risk for developing glaucoma.
  a. 

  b. 

Question 6: Laser surgery can be used to halt the progression of diabetic retinopathy.
  a. 

  b. 

Question 7: People with diabetes should have regular eye examinations through dilated pupils.
  a. 

  b. 

Question 8: Cataracts are common among people with diabetes.
  a. 

  b. 

Question 9: People who have good control of their diabetes are not at high risk for diabetic eye disease.
  a. 

  b. 

Question 10: The risk of blindness from diabetic eye disease can be reduced.
  a. 

  b. 



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