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5 Possible Causes for Night Blindness in Some Female Carriers

  • X-linked Intellectual Disability-Retinitis Pigmentosa Syndrome

    Aldred syndrome is an X-linked recessive genetic disorder. It is mainly characterized by a form of mental retardation and retinitis pigmentosa. The syndrome was first described by geneticist Micheala Aldred in 1994. Aldred syndrome is caused by a deletion on the p11.3 area of the X-chromosome.[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa Type 4

    Some carrier females in Families 1 and 2 showed typical RP, most carriers manifested high myopia and astigmatism, and their corrected visual acuity was insufficient [2].[wikigenes.org] Disease relevance of RP1 RP is characterized by night blindness and progressive degeneration of the midperipheral retina, accompanied by bone spicule-like pigmentary deposits[wikigenes.org]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 26

    Some carrier females in Families 1 and 2 showed typical RP, most carriers manifested high myopia and astigmatism, and their corrected visual acuity was insufficient [2].[wikigenes.org] Disease relevance of RP1 RP is characterized by night blindness and progressive degeneration of the midperipheral retina, accompanied by bone spicule-like pigmentary deposits[wikigenes.org]

  • Retinitis pigmentosa, Y-Linked

    Some carrier females in Families 1 and 2 showed typical RP, most carriers manifested high myopia and astigmatism, and their corrected visual acuity was insufficient [2].[wikigenes.org] Disease relevance of RP1 RP is characterized by night blindness and progressive degeneration of the midperipheral retina, accompanied by bone spicule-like pigmentary deposits[wikigenes.org]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 11

    Some carrier females in Families 1 and 2 showed typical RP, most carriers manifested high myopia and astigmatism, and their corrected visual acuity was insufficient [2].[wikigenes.org] Disease relevance of RP1 RP is characterized by night blindness and progressive degeneration of the midperipheral retina, accompanied by bone spicule-like pigmentary deposits[wikigenes.org]

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