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    Retina/Vitreous

    Neovascularization in diabetes is not always confined to the retina. Retinal ischemia may induce new vessel growth on the iris surface, shown by the arrow. . Iris neovascularization, or rubeosis iridis, may lead to peripheral iris adhesions blocking the normal drainage of aqueous fluid from the eye, potentially causing acute angle-closure glaucoma.