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Diabetes appears to significantly increase the risk of cataract detection, particularly in young patients, a recent study has shown.
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Individuals with diabetes or long-term hyperglycaemia appear to have higher intraocular pressure (IOP), with central corneal thickness representing a meagre proportion of mediating effect to the total effect of diabetes on IOP, according to a cross-sectional study from Singapore.