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207 Possible Causes for Loss of Peripheral Vision, Visual Field Constriction

  • Glaucoma

    Despite effective treatments, many people suffer some preventable loss of peripheral vision. One problem is that the disease too often goes undetected.[] All eyes had a constricted visual field RESULTS: The mean follow-up duration was 29 months (range 6 to 54) and 33 (97%) eyes were followed for more than 1 year.[] field.[]

  • Craniopharyngioma

    […] changes, blurriness, or loss of peripheral vision Excessive thirst Increased urination Slow or halted growth Excessive weight gain Early or delayed puberty If you are concerned[] The authors present the case of a 12-year-old boy who developed progressive visual field constriction 11 years after gross-total resection of a solid and cystic craniopharyngioma[] This test measures both central vision (how much a person can see when looking straight ahead) and peripheral vision (how much a person can see in all other directions while[]

  • Open Angle Glaucoma

    The progressive loss of peripheral vision in glaucoma often leads to difficulty with driving, particularly at night, and can increase the risk of falls and subsequent fractures[] […] of peripheral field A temporal island of the visual field Intraocular pressure When determining the IOP of a patient using tonometry, certain variables must be taken into[] Symptoms such as peripheral vision loss may not be apparent until severe optic nerve damage occurs.[]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa

    However, patients generally demonstrate a slow, progressive loss of peripheral vision over many years, until only central (tunnel) vision remains.[] A 63-year-old man with a long history of nyctalopia, progressive visual field constriction, and a recent subacute decrease in visual acuity of the left eye presented for evaluation[] The authors present a 16-year-old boy with a history of primary ciliary dyskinesia presenting with complaints of nyctalopia and visual field constriction.[]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 7

    This disease is characterized by early onset (typically loss of night vision as a child) followed by loss of peripheral vision as a teenager and young adult.[] LCA is characterized by night blindness, constricted visual fields, narrowed vessels, bone-spicule pigmentation in midperiphery of retina, pigment deposits in macular region[] RP symptoms typically begin in childhood with decreased night vision, followed by loss of peripheral vision, and can eventually lead to complete loss of vision.[]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 9

    The diagnostic criteria of retinitis pigmentosa include bilateral involvement, loss of peripheral vision and progressive deterioration of predominantly rod photoreceptor function[] Her left visual field was constricted. Fundal examination revealed bone spicule pigments and attenuated vessels.[] As their condition progresses, they lose their far peripheral visual field and eventually central vision as well.[]

  • Usher Syndrome Type I

    COMMON Features of the Disorder Retinitis pigmentosa Night blindness progresses to more visual loss (e.g. peripheral vision loss) Cataracts Developmental delay Balance problems[] The ERG is severely reduced and visual fields are constricted. Rods seem to be more severely affected than cones.[] RP causes nightblindness and a loss of peripheral vision through the progressive degeneration of the retina.[]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 41

    This leads to decreased visual acuity and sensitivity in the central visual field, followed by loss of peripheral vision.[] The visual field were constricted and full-field electroretinogram demonstrated markedly reduced responses for both rods and cones.[] As the condition progresses, affected individuals develop tunnel vision (loss of peripheral vision), and eventually loss of central vision.[]

  • Retinitis

    However, patients generally demonstrate a slow, progressive loss of peripheral vision over many years, until only central (tunnel) vision remains.[] CLINICAL CASE: A 27-year-old woman with a history of nyctalopia and constriction of visual field of the right eye.[] Visual loss: Progressive visual field constriction (typically presenting by the teenage age) is another hallmark of RP.[]

  • Mercury Poisoning

    Impairment, loss Of peripheral vision (by altering interocular fluid eye pressure) (9, 15, 19) Vitamin C Deficiency Weakness in muscles (15) Weight Gain White Coating On[] These symptoms might include paresthesias, headaches, ataxia, dysarthria (motor speech disorder), visual field constriction, blindness, and hearing impairment.[] Impairment of lower extremity coordination was present in 35.8% of the patients, constriction of the visual fields in 28.8%, and retrocochlear hearing loss in 15.3%.[]

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