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22 Possible Causes for Loss of Vision, Onset between 6 and 14 Years

  • Progressive Myoclonic Epilepsy Type 7

    .  Followed by visual impairment : 5–7 years, ataxia : 7–10 years, Myoclonic and tonic-clonic seizures : 8 years of age.  Progression is slower.  EEG is similar to that[]

  • Behçet Disease

    […] as long as 14 years. 5 Conversely, intraocular inflammation is the presenting feature in over 10% of patients, 6 and in rare cases oral aphthosis may not occur at all. 7 The[] Permanent loss of vision resulting from relapsing ocular inflammation occurs frequently in patients with Behçet's disease, despite intensive, chronic immunosuppressive therapy[] Although the lesions that cause inflammation in various parts of the eyes may resolve, repeated recurrences may result in the partial loss of vision (decreased visual acuity[]

  • Diffuse Cerebral Sclerosis of Schilder

    Epidemiology and Demographics The disorder usually begins in childhood with an age of onset between 5 and 14 years old. [4] [5] Natrual History, Complication and Prognosis[] […] trait, characterized by diffuse abnormality of cerebral white matter and adrenal atrophy; mental deterioration progresses to dementia, aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, and loss[] […] in the muscles decreased range of movement in the limbs impaired cognition (function declines with time) difficulty with coordination changes to vision hearing loss changes[]

  • Amaurotic Familial Idiocy

    The clinical features of this disease were progressive loss of the intellectual faculties, loss of vision and loss of motor power.[] Amaurotic Idiocy (onset after 1 year) - Bielschowski's form; Juvenile Amaurotic Idiocy (between ages of 6 and 14 years) - Spielmeyer-Vogt's form; Late Amaurotic Idiocy (onset[] They are characterized by cerebromacular degeneration, progressive dementia, progressive loss of vision resulting in blindness, paralysis, and death, and are classified according[]

  • Cluster Headache

    […] and by additional coexisting ocular pathologies causing loss of vision.[] Mean age at onset was 32 (SD 14) years. Seventy three per cent had episodic CH, 21% had chronic CH, and in 6% the periodicity was undetermined.[] […] of vision, for instance.[]

  • Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis

    It may also damage white matter (brain tissue that takes its name from the white color of myelin), leading to neurological symptoms such as loss of vision (due to inflammation[] In this study, all 15 patients who fell ill within 2 months before the onset (6 cases: 14 years old; 5 cases: 15–59 years old; 4 cases: 60 years old) had a history of preceding[] Others may have mild to moderate lifelong impairment ranging from cognitive difficulties, weakness, loss of vision, or numbness.[]

  • Panayiotopoulos Syndrome

    Symptoms often include visual hallucinations, a loss of vision, nausea, headaches, and vomiting. Hallucinations tend to involve brightly colored shapes of all sizes.[] Clinical context Panayiotopoulos syndrome is characterized by onset of seizures between 1 and 14 years of age (majority between 3 and 6 years).[] Complete or partial visual loss happens in about half the children who have this type of epilepsy.[]

  • Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection

    However, from 80% to 90% will have complications within the first few years of life that may include hearing loss, vision impairment, and varying degrees of learning disability[] The subjects included 19 healthy adults (9 men and 10 women between 21 and 29 years old), 7 patients with adult‐onset Still disease, and 14 patients with other connective[] Developmental and motor delay Vision loss Microcephaly (small head) Seizures Some babies without signs of congenital CMV infection at birth may have hearing loss.[]

  • Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy

    Early motor milestones: Most normal; Toe walking common Range: 2 to 45 years; Median 14 to 20 years; 71% between 6 to 18 years Weakness: Proximal legs; Rectus abdominus No[] KEYWORDS: ALMS1; DYSF; photoreceptor; pleiotropic phenotypes; retinal degeneration; vision loss Publication types, MeSH terms, Substances, Grant support Publication types[] loss.[]

  • REM Sleep Behavior Disorder

    Advanced age (hazard ratio [HR] 1.07), olfactory loss (HR 2.8), abnormal color vision (HR 3.1), subtle motor dysfunction (HR 3.9), and nonuse of antidepressants (HR 3.5) identified[] […] the onset of iRBD to the emergence of parkinsonism was 14 -6 years (range, 5-29 years).[] Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) [ 16 ] score of less than 20; 5. severe aphasia or auditory or visual impairment; 6. physical frailty; and 7. recurrence of stroke prior[]

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