It should be noted that the presence of obesity, dyslipidemia or hypertension darkens the prognosis in general, something that has also been confirmed at the ocular level. Diabetes retinopathy can manifest itself in several ways because there are many injuries that can occur. The most common is that scotomas appear in the visual field, authentic "spots" produced by the presence of hemorrhages in the retina, or poor central vision, caused by the involvement of the macula. But the most common is that the patient does not notice anything, despite having the lesions. Again in this case, it is essential to undergo periodic examination.