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Figure 1: Right eye of a type 2 diabetic patients, 15 years since first diagnosed. A clinical diagnosis of severe non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy with normal pre-laser central macular thickness of 273 μ with mild macular ischemia, best corrected visual acuity: 0.3 Logmar (a). Immediately after single session of low fluence short-pulse laser, delivering 1750 shot, with 20 ms spot duration, and a 12 mJ total energy as indicated at the conclusion of the session (b). Fundus photo and FA done 3 months after the short-pulse laser session showing no activity or residual ischemic areas in the midperiphery, with slight increased central macular thickness to 281 μ but with stable best-corrected visual acuity of 0.3 Logmar (c)

Figure 1: Right eye of a type 2 diabetic patients, 15 years since first diagnosed. A clinical diagnosis of severe non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy with normal pre-laser central macular thickness of 273 μ with mild macular ischemia, best corrected visual acuity: 0.3 Logmar (a). Immediately after single session of low fluence short-pulse laser, delivering 1750 shot, with 20 ms spot duration, and a 12 mJ total energy as indicated at the conclusion of the session (b). Fundus photo and FA done 3 months after the short-pulse laser session showing no activity or residual ischemic areas in the midperiphery, with slight increased central macular thickness to 281 μ but with stable best-corrected visual acuity of 0.3 Logmar (c)