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350 Possible Causes for Mutation in the TTLL5 Gene, Severe Night Blindness

  • Cone Rod Dystrophy Type 15
  • Acne Vulgaris

    […] acne Side effects: teratogenic, pancreatitis, excessive drying of skin, hypertriglyceridemia, hepatitis, blood dyscrasias, hyperostosis, premature epiphyseal closure, night[] blindness, erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, suicidal ideation, psychosis Avoid tetracyclines or vitamin A preparations during isotretinoin therapy due to risk[] […] usually given for 12 to 20 weeks; maximum cumulative dose 120 to 150 mg/kg; 20% of patients relapse and require retreatment ( 3 )[ A ], 0.25 to 0.40 mg/kg/day in moderately severe[]

    Missing: Mutation in the TTLL5 Gene
  • Malnutrition

    For instance, vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to tingling, numbness, and burning in the hands and feet (due to nerve damage); a lack of vitamin A may cause night blindness[] The severity of symptoms depends on the intensity and duration of the deficiency. Some changes, such as to bone and nerves, may be irreversible.[]

    Missing: Mutation in the TTLL5 Gene
  • Night Blindness

    People with night blindness are known to be prone to dry eyes, blurred vision and reduced contrast vision. There are several night blindness causes.[] Evaluation of family members revealed a history of severe juvenile night blindness which resolved by about age 20 in some affected individuals.[] Questions include: severity of night blindness, when night blindness began and whether it occurred gradually or suddenly.[]

    Missing: Mutation in the TTLL5 Gene
  • Pneumonia

    Lack of vitamin A will cause some severe problems such as night blindness, xerophthalmia and complete blindness.[]

    Missing: Mutation in the TTLL5 Gene
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    Breathing and sleep architecture were assessed each night based on blind scoring by a single centralized scorer using AASM criteria.[] There were no severe or serious device-related adverse events (AEs).[]

    Missing: Mutation in the TTLL5 Gene
  • Retinitis Pigmentosa

    In infants, RPE65 retinitis pigmentosa is characterised by severe night blindness and moderate photophobia.[] For patients with severe HCQ exposure and some of our discriminatory findings, and no family history or prior night blindness, HCQ toxicity is a sufficient diagnosis without[] Difficulty with night vision is termed night blindness, often severely limiting function in the dark.[]

    Missing: Mutation in the TTLL5 Gene
  • Zinc Deficiency

    Night blindness may be a feature of severe zinc deficiency, although most reports of night blindness and abnormal dark adaptation in humans with zinc deficiency have occurred[] severe diarrhea.[] Severe zinc deficiency may disturb the sense of smell and taste.[]

    Missing: Mutation in the TTLL5 Gene
  • Adenoid Hypertrophy

    (bothersome symptoms that interfered with activity/night time sleep), respectively.[] One examiner, in a double-blinded evaluation, calculated the adenoid area in relation to the nasopharyngeal area with a nasopharyngoscope under sedation.[] […] present), mild (mild symptoms that did not interfere with any activity), moderate (slightly bothersome symptoms that slightly interfered with activity/night time sleep), and severe[]

    Missing: Mutation in the TTLL5 Gene
  • Vasculitis

    Eye inflammation and blurred vision are also symptomatic, and in very severe cases blindness can occur.[] There may also be ulcers of the mouth, hoarseness, night sweats, high blood pressure (hypertension), abdominal pain, diarrhea, blood in the urine (hematuria), or kidney (renal[]

    Missing: Mutation in the TTLL5 Gene

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