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1,356 Possible Causes for Loss of Vision, Night Blindness

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa

    She presented with a history of acute, painless vision loss in her left eye over a period of 10 days.[] The left eye of the same patient revealed typical PPRCA phenotype, with no night blindness, normal field, and normal ERG.[] The most common form of RP is a rod-cone dystrophy, in which the first symptom is night blindness, followed by the progressive loss in the peripheral visual field in daylight[]

  • Glaucoma

    The disease is responsible for one in ten cases of visual impairment.[] A later edition used the modern spelling night blindness (1930 — ). 12 Translation of another work by Guillemeau used the term ectropion (1900 — ). 13 Long after his training[] If you suspect that you have acute glaucoma, call for medical assistance day or night.[]

  • Diabetic Retinopathy

    Visually impaired diabetics have specific needs to be addresses in the low vision examination.[] A 39-year-old woman with typical retinitis pigmentosa (RP) for 9 years and a positive family history of night blindness was diagnosed with diabetes mellitus (DM).[] A 50-year-old Iranian diabetic woman with night blindness was referred to our clinic.[]

  • Retinopathy

    If the disorder is severe, newborns require laser treatment, injections of bevacizumab, or surgery to prevent vision loss.[] The short duration and rapid progression of symptoms along with the lack of family history of night blindness prompted a diagnosis of autoimmune retinopathy (AIR).[] blindness).[]

  • Retinitis

    A loss of side vision, or tunnel vision, is also common as RP progresses.[] In young patients with the symptom of night blindness, it is important to differentiate retinitis pigmentosa from stationary night blindness.[] Despite visual impairment, people with RP can maintain active and rewarding lives through the wide variety of rehabilitative services that are available today.[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Diabetes mellitus is associated with damage to the small blood vessels in the retina, resulting in loss of vision.[] These problems are known as diabetes complications, and include: Eye problems, including trouble seeing (especially at night), light sensitivity, and blindness Sores and infections[] It is caused by small blood vessel damage to the back layer of the eye, the retina, leading to progressive loss of vision, even blindness.[]

  • Usher Syndrome Type 1

    Individuals with Usher Syndrome have hearing loss and vision loss.[] Retinitis pigmentosa first presents with night blindness, but progresses to tunnel vision and loss of visual acuity.[] We report a case of Usher syndrome type I in an adult Nepalese male with typical congenital profound hearing loss, and night blindness secondary to retinitis pigmentosa.[]

  • Usher Syndrome

    loss of vision.[] Common findings of Usher syndrome, including night blindness, impaired vision, visual field defects, and retinal changes may distract the clinician from considering the diagnosis[] Along with night blindness, RP also causes a loss of peripheral, or side, vision.[]

  • Usher Syndrome Type 1J

    Usher syndrome is a relatively rare genetic disorder caused by a mutation in any one of 10 genes resulting in a combination of hearing loss and visual impairment, and is a[] Type I children are born completely or severely deaf and suffer from night blindness around age 10.[] Night blindness starts around puberty. Blind spots appear in the late teens or early 20s. By middle age they are usually blind.[]

  • Retinitis pigmentosa 40

    A loss of side vision, or tunnel vision, also is common as RP progresses.[] 6, congenital, X-linked GPR179 Congenital stationary night blindness, type 1E GRIP1 Cryptophthalmos syndrome GRK1 Oguchi disease 2 GRM6 Congenital stationary night blindness[] A loss of side vision, or tunnel vision, is also common as RP progresses.[]

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