Case Findings: A 65 year old female is referred to your practice for diabetes screening. She has not had an eye exam in 20 years. On examination, best-corrected visual acuities are 20/30- in the right eye vs. 20/40+ in the left eye. Both anterior segments are unremarkable apart from early nuclear sclerotic changes, but no neovascularization. Based on the fundus color, and fluorescein angiogram shown here, what is your diagnosis?