The complications associated with diabetes are well-known, and many of them are exacerbated by obesity. It is important that people with diabetes are aware of the likely complications so that early detection and treatment is possible.
Ocular histoplasmosis is a rare complication of a common fungal infection. In its most severe form, it leads to abnormal blood vessel growth that damages the retina, causing vision loss.
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