456 Possible Causes for Loss of Peripheral Vision in USA

  • Oxygen Poisoning

    The loss of peripheral vision and myopia are reversible, while cataracts are a delayed complication. … One of the advantages of a full-face diving mask is prevention of regulator loss in the event of a seizure. … Symptoms may include disorientation, breathing problems, and vision changes such as myopia.[1] [2]

  • Night Blindness

    Since the outer area of the retina is made up of more rods than cones, loss of peripheral vision often results in night blindness. … Contrast vision may also be greatly reduced. … Retinitis pigmentosa Retinal detachment Certain medications, such as phenothiazines Oguchi disease Pathological myopia Cataract (peripheral cortical) Refractive surgery (LASIK … [3]

  • Open Angle Glaucoma
    Blurred Vision

    Symptoms such as peripheral vision loss may not be apparent until severe optic nerve damage occurs. … Studies have shown that loss of more than 40% of optic nerve fibers is necessary to produce symptoms, and patients report a gradual loss of peripheral vision that is often … perceived as tunnel vision.[4]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa
    Loss of Vision Loss of Peripheral Vision Blurred Vision

    Development of tunnel vision that occurs due to loss of peripheral vision. … Non-syndromic RP usually presents a variety of the following symptoms: Night blindness or nyctalopia; Tunnel vision (due to loss of peripheral vision); Latticework vision; … No pain is associated with vision loss.[5] [6]

  • Macular Degeneration
    Loss of Vision

    Macular degeneration never causes loss of peripheral vision. … This further indicates that complete vision loss never sets in. … As a result, the retina becomes detached, causing vision loss.[7]

  • Optic Neuritis
    Loss of Vision Blurred Vision

    Some patients may have normal central vision with complaints of loss of peripheral vision to one side in the superior or inferior fields. … Major symptoms are sudden loss of vision (partial or complete), sudden blurred or "foggy" vision, and pain on movement of the affected eye. … Contrast sensitivity and color vision: Both reduced, sometimes more severely than the loss of visual acuity.[8] [9]

  • Nail-Patella Syndrome

    This condition may progress to loss of peripheral vision and blindness. … With increasing fluid pressure, patients may experience headaches, blurry vision, and other visual problems. … The lack of development, or complete absence of fingernails results from the loss of function mutations in the LMX1B gene.[10] [11]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 41
    Loss of Peripheral Vision
  • Usher Syndrome Type I
    Loss of Vision Loss of Peripheral Vision
  • Craniopharyngioma
    Loss of Peripheral Vision

    The need for removal becomes very urgent if the symptoms exhibited by the patient include visual loss. … Balance disorder Dry skin Fatigue Fever Headache (obstructive hydrocephalus) Hypersomnia Lethargy Myxedema Nausea Short stature Polydipsia Polyuria (diabetes insipidus) Visionloss (bitemporal hemianopia) Vomiting post surgical Weight gain The histologic pattern consists of nesting of squamous epithelium bordered by radially arranged cells.[12] [13]

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References

  1. Oxygen Poisoning, Symptoma
  2. Oxygen toxicity, Wikipedia, CC-BY-SA-3.0
  3. Nyctalopia, Wikipedia, CC-BY-SA-3.0
  4. Open Angle Glaucoma, Symptoma
  5. Retinitis Pigmentosa, Symptoma
  6. Retinitis pigmentosa, Wikipedia, CC-BY-SA-3.0
  7. Macular Degeneration, Symptoma
  8. Optic Neuritis, Symptoma
  9. Optic neuritis, Wikipedia, CC-BY-SA-3.0
  10. Nail-Patella Syndrome, Symptoma
  11. Nail–patella syndrome, Wikipedia, CC-BY-SA-3.0
  12. Craniopharyngioma, Symptoma
  13. Craniopharyngioma, Wikipedia, CC-BY-SA-3.0