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194 Possible Causes for Night Blindness, Unilateral Blindness

  • Glaucoma

    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.[] Acute glaucoma is sight-threatening medical emergency that requires immediate treatment to prevent blindness.[]

  • Diabetic Retinopathy

    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.[] When symptoms do appear, they include: Blurred vision and gradual vision loss over time Floaters Poor night vision Shadows or blind spots in the field of vision Diagnosing[]

  • Retinopathy

    Congenital stationary night blindness, dystrophies of the choroid and retina (gyrate atrophy, choroideremia).[] 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 Pigmentosa

    Congenital stationary night blindness, dystrophies of the choroid and retina (gyrate atrophy, choroideremia).[] 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[]

  • Cataract

    Symptoms include blurred, cloudy, or double vision; sensitivity to light; and difficulty seeing at night. Without treatment, cataracts can cause blindness.[] Deficiency of vitamin A can cause night blindness, xerophthalmia (dry eyes), dermatological problems and impairment of immune response.[] […] cataract seen on examination with a slit lamp Specialty Ophthalmology Symptoms Faded colors, blurry vision, halos around light, trouble with bright lights, trouble seeing at night[]

  • Carotid Cavernous Sinus Fistula

    German , Triad of unilateral blindness, orbital fractures and massive epistaxis after head injury. J. Neurosurg. 18 (1961), 837–840. PubMed Google Scholar McCormick, W.[] blindness *nyctalopia ( 鳥目) 【夜盲症患者】*nyctalope (野) 【野兎病】*tularemia (薬) 【薬剤性腎症】*drug nephropathy 【薬剤性肺炎】*drug pneumonia 【薬疹】*drug eruption *drug rash 【薬物依存症】*drug dependence[] […] hypertension ( 門脈圧亢進症) 【門脈性肝硬変】*portal cirrhosis (夜) 【夜間下痢】*nocturnal diarrhea 【夜間歯痛】*nocturnal toothache *toothache in bed 【夜間痛】【夜間疼痛】*nyctalgia 【夜間頻尿症】*nycturia 【夜盲症】*night[]

  • Optic Nerve Infarction

    Unilateral blindness occurring during anesthesia for neurosurgical operations. AMA Arch Ophthalmol 1954;52:819–30.[] blind..or cone dystrophy Maculopathy Chloroquine, cone, to, stargardts, White dot syndrome: ampee, MFC, Pic Aibssy Azoor, Needs Positive visual phenomenon: aware scintillation[] In addition, examination of the pupils may not show any difference in size when both the eyes are open. · Unilateral blindness due to optic nerve injury is often missed on[]

  • Vitreous Abscess

    blindness Nyctalopia Blindness and low vision [ edit ] ( 369 ) Blindness and low vision ( 369.0 ) Profound vision impairment both eyes ( 369.1 ) Moderate or severe vision[] […] localized visual field defect 368.45 Generalized contraction or constriction 368.46 Homonymous bilateral field defects 368.47 Heteronymous bilateral field defects 368.60-368.69 Night[] […] visual disturbances ( 368.2 ) Diplopia ( 368.4 ) Visual field defects ( 368.41 ) Scotoma, central ( 368.5 ) Color vision deficiencies ( 368.54 ) Achromatopsia ( 368.6 ) Night[]

  • Retinal Detachment

    Night blindness followed by a loss of day vision are clinical signs common to most. There may also be an associated cataract formation.[] Audo I, Kohl S, Leroy BP, Munier FL, Guillonneau X, et al. (2009) TRPM1 is mutated in patients with autosomal-recessive complete congenital stationary night blindness.[] […] diseases of the retina, occurring most commonly in dogs and consisting of a progressive, noninflammatory degeneration or dysplasia of rods and cones or purely cones, leading to blindness[]

  • Retinitis

    ) with progressive photoreceptor loss Unilateral RP patients retain one eye with normal vision, making this symptom less commo Progressive visual field loss Can be manifest[] In young patients with the symptom of night blindness, it is important to differentiate retinitis pigmentosa from stationary night blindness.[] Congenital stationary night blindness, dystrophies of the choroid and retina (gyrate atrophy, choroideremia).[]

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