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Retinal Manifestations of Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension

Author: Bernard Karnath, MD, and Charlise A. Gunderson, MD

1. Proliferative diabetic retinopathy is characterized by which of the following funduscopic findings?

  1. Cotton-wool spots
  2. Hard exudates
  3. Macular edema
  4. Neovascularization
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2. Which one of the following retinal findings is characteristic of nonmalignant hypertension?

  1. Arteriolar narrowing
  2. Cotton-wool spots
  3. Hemorrhages
  4. Optic disc edema
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3. The arrow in the accompanying retinal image points to which one of the following features?


  1. Arteriovenous nicking
  2. Cotton-wool spot
  3. Hard exudate
  4. Microaneurism
  5. Retinal hemorrhage
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4. The arrow in the accompanying retinal image points to which one of the following features?


  1. Arteriovenous nicking
  2. Cotton-wool spot
  3. Hard exudate
  4. Microaneurism
  5. Retinal hemorrhage
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