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Context: Diabetic patients are at high risk for microvascular complications of disease such as diabetic retinopathy (DR) and diabetic neuropathy. Imaging the retinal microvasculature offers a chance to measure quantitatively the microvascular changes in diabetic patients' onset and progression. However, the relation between retinal biomarkers and diabetic risk factors is unclear in Chinese hospitalized type 2 diabetic patients. Aims: To examine the associations of retinal vascular tortuositydoi:10.4236/jbise.2016.910b019 fatcat:sa2zqf3l25gvrhwhyeq7wipclu