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Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile

Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile: Introduction

Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile: A rare congenital eye disorder inherited in a X-linked manner. It is characterized by the separation of the retina into two layers which results in progressive vision loss. Though close examination may show signs of the condition, symptoms such as noticeable vision impairment generally don't become evident until middle age. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile is available below.

Symptoms of Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile

Treatments for Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile

  • There is no cure for the condition and generally treatment is only used when complications such as retinal detachment occurs in which case surgery may be required
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Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile: Complications

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Causes of Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile

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Prognosis for Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile

Prognosis for Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile: Vision loss tends to be gradual with central vision becoming noticeable during the 40's.

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  1. Retinoschisis1, X-linked, Juvenile: Introduction
  2. Symptoms
  3. Causes
  4. Treatments
  5. Misdiagnosis
  6. Home Testing
  7. Complications
  8. Prognosis

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