Data on 1,441 type 1 diabetes patients showed those in the highest quintile of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein levels were more likely than those in the lowest quintile to develop clinically significant macular edema and retinal hard exudates. The findings appear in JAMA Ophthalmology.
Macular edema risk grows with increased hsCRP in type 1 diabetes
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