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    453 Possible Causes for Loss of Peripheral Vision in USA

    • Pituitary Neoplasm
      Loss of Peripheral Vision

      […] of peripheral vision) Symptoms of hypogonadism, hypothyroidism or adrenal insufficiency (if the tumor pushes on the pituitary gland, causing decreased secretion of pituitary[rush.edu] […] following pituitary tumor symptoms can be caused by the tumor pushing on nearby structures in the brain: Headaches Vision loss or vision changes (blurred or double vision; or loss[rush.edu] […] of peripheral vision or the ability to see in certain areas.[uclahealth.org]

    • Retinitis Pigmentosa 41
      Loss of Peripheral Vision

      As the condition progresses, affected individuals develop tunnel vision (loss of peripheral vision), and eventually loss of central vision.[rarediseases.info.nih.gov] The clinical manifestations of RP include night blindness, loss of peripheral vision from progressive loss of photoreceptors, and variably loss of central vision due to cataracts[uptodate.com] The diagnosis of retinitis pigmentosa is established based on the level of rod dysfunction, intensity of photoreceptor function loss and loss of peripheral vision, as well[centogene.com]

    • Chiasmal Syndrome
      Loss of Peripheral Vision
    • Usher Syndrome Type I
      Loss of Peripheral Vision

      COMMON USHER SYNDROME TYPE 1F SYMPTOMS Retinitis pigmentosa Night blindness progresses to more visual loss (e.g. peripheral vision loss) Cataracts Developmental delay Balance[evolvegene.com] The first signs of RP — night blindness and loss of peripheral vision — usually appear in early adolescence.[blindness.org] Loss of vision [ 4 ] usually starts with night blindness and this is followed by loss of peripheral vision .[patient.info]

    • Cone Rod Dystrophy 10
      Loss of Peripheral Vision

      Thus, one of the earliest symptoms is often night blindness followed by loss of peripheral vision leading to “tunnel vision”.[crb1.org] These signs are usually followed by progressive loss of peripheral vision and night blindness.[2] Most cases occur due to mutations in any one of several genes, and CRDs can[crb1.org] […] of Peripheral Vision Peripheral Retinal Pigmentation Progressive Loss of Color Vision Progressive Loss of Vision Severe Epiphora Traumatic Bladder Rupture Similar symptoms[symptoma.com]

    • Craniopharyngioma
      Loss of Peripheral Vision

      The most common symptoms of this tumor are visual changes, most often loss of peripheral vision in one eye (visual field cuts) or blurriness.[oncolink.org]

    • Mercury Poisoning
      Loss of Peripheral Vision

      Of peripheral vision (by altering interocular fluid eye pressure) (9, 15, 19) Vitamin C Deficiency Weakness in muscles (15) Weight Gain White Coating On the Tongue Yeast[liveto110.com] Thoughts Spider Veins Selenium Deficiency Thyroid Disorders like Hypothyroidism (15) Tinnitus (Ringing In the Ears) Transient ischemia attacks or stroke (17) Vision Impairment, loss[liveto110.com]

    • Launois Syndrome
      Loss of Peripheral Vision
    • Glaucoma
      Loss of Peripheral Vision

      As open-angle glaucoma progresses, symptoms may include loss of peripheral vision and difficulty adjusting to low light.[betterhealth.vic.gov.au] Glaucoma without high eye pressure (sometimes called normal tension glaucoma) occurs when there is progressive optic nerve damage and loss of peripheral vision, despite the[betterhealth.vic.gov.au] Glaucoma is usually (but not always) associated with high intraocular pressure , and begins with a loss of peripheral vision .[eyehealthweb.com]

    • Retinitis Pigmentosa
      Loss of Peripheral Vision

      Retinitis Pigmentosa Retinitis pigmentosa affects the rods and the cones and may lead to poor night vision, loss of peripheral vision, distortion of color vision or total[visionweb.com] Besides poor night vision, other symptoms include: Loss of visual acuity Loss of peripheral vision Tunnel vision Inability to differentiate colors Prevention Because RP is[visionweb.com] 1. degeneration of the retina manifested by night blindness and gradual loss of peripheral vision, eventually resulting in tunnel vision or total blindness. 1860-65; New Latin[dictionary.com]

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