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Prevalence of Causes of Symptom: Vision distortion

About prevalence data for causes of Vision distortion: Important! The data below does not indicate the most likely diagnosis for any symptom. Always seek prompt professional diagnosis of any symptoms. This information combines possible causes of symptom Vision distortion as noted in various sources, with overall disease prevalence or incidence data from other sources. Hence, this only provides statistical information of a general nature. The likelihood of any disease causing a particular symptom does not strongly depend on the overall disease prevalence, but is affected by numerous other factors including other concurrent symptoms, patient details, and so on. Furthermore, this computer-generated list and data may be incorrect, erroneous, or misleading.

List of causes of symptom Vision distortion: Below is a list of possible diseases or medical conditions that have been identified as possible causes of symptom Vision distortion in various sources. This computer-generated list may be inaccurate, out-dated, or incorrect.

Types of Vision distortion: Blurred vision (838 causes), Double vision (146 causes), Cloudy vision (240 causes), Visual halo (8 causes), Blind spot (15 causes), Vision disturbances (220 causes), Visual hallucinations (45 causes), Visual problems (2066 causes), Vision disorders (2 causes), Disturbed vision (8 causes), Visual disturbance (57 causes), Halo around lights (1 cause), Acute blindness (1 cause), Cataracts (190 causes), Cotton wool spots, Double Vision in One Eye, Double Vision in Both Eyes, Floaters (11 causes), Eye floaters, Hemianopsia (1 cause), Visual blurring (1 cause), Blurred Vision in Both Eyes, Diplopia (21 causes), Hemianopia (8 causes), Visual Floaters (2 causes), Halo vision (1 cause), Blurred Vision in One Eye, Cataract (211 causes), Visual impairment (41 causes), Vision Changes in Both Eyes, Impaired vision (1440 causes), Acute Vision Changes in Both Eyes (without pain or inflammation), Vision loss (550 causes), Peripheral vision loss (67 causes), Tunnel vision (67 causes), Loss of vision (42 causes), Vision changes (2425 causes), Gradual vision changes in one eye, Acute vision changes in one eye (painful or inflamed eye), Vision Changes in One Eye, Acute Vision Changes in Both Eyes (with pain or inflammation), Gradual vision changes in both eyes, Colour Vision Disturbance (1 cause), Acute Vision Changes in One Eye (Without pain or inflammation), night blindness (116 causes), blindness (300 causes), Blindness in both eyes, Scotoma (2 causes), Fleeting blindness (6 causes), Eyeball spots, Visual field defects (6 causes), corneal opacities (34 causes), Blindness in one eye (6 causes), Chronic blindness, difficulty focusing (1 cause), Bilateral pupillary dilation, Diplopia in one eye, Abnormal pupillary response to light, Reduced nighttime vision in children, Myopia in children, Glaucoma (99 causes), Difficulty seeing at night, Chronic diabetes-like retinopathy symptoms, Abnormal pupillary size, Sudden onset of vision loss (1 cause), Seeing things floating within the eye or past the field of vision, Colored haloes in both eyes, Cloudy vision in both eyes, Abrupt loss of vision in both eyes, Difficulty seeing at night in both eyes, Hazy vision in children, Sudden onset of color blindness, Seeing spots (17 causes), Retinal detachment (42 causes), Constant colored haloes, Vision loss in both eyes, Gradual onset of vision loss, Double vision in one eye in children, Visual floaters in pregnancy, Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment in one eye, One sided vision loss, Gradual vision change in both eyes, Floaters in pregnancy, Cloudy vision in children, Vision disturbances in children, Intermittent visual disturbance in children, Achromatopsia (1 cause), Sudden onset of binocular diplopia, Neovascular glaucoma in one eye, Light flashes in one eye, Bilateral temporal hemianopsia, Bilateral pupillary constriction, Vision loss in children, Vision distortion in pregnancy, Homonymous hemianopia, Constant color blindness, Binocular diplopia, Visual problems in pregnancy, Sudden onset of photosensitivity, Sudden onset of photophobia, Retinal degeneration (31 causes), Intermittent photophobia, Halo vision in children, Gradual onset decreased field of vision, Bilateral hemianopsia, Sudden onset of abnormal pupillary responses, Visual blurring in pregnancy, Photosensitivity (12 causes), Photophobia (315 causes), Color blindness in children, Increased tearing as seen in acute congestive glaucoma, Gradual loss of vision in one eye, Diplopia in both eyes, Blurred vision in children, Sudden onset of abnormal pupillary responses related to medications, Gradual onset of photophobia, Dim spots, Cortical visual impairment in children, Visual disturbance in pregnancy, Floaters in one eye, Decreased responsiveness to light in one eye, Double vision in children, Seeing spots in pregnancy, Secondary causes of glaucoma in one eye, Diplopia in children, Squint (52 causes), Sudden onset of dim vision, Loss of visual acuity in one eye, Double vision in both eyes in children, Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment in both eyes, Light flashes, Diabetic retinopathy (1 cause), Obscured vision, Impaired vision in pregnancy, Dim vision similar to that of cataract, Gradual onset of dim vision, Neovascular glaucoma in both eyes, Light flashes in both eyes, Scintillations, Colored haloes in one eye, Cloudy vision in one eye, Amaurosis (6 causes), Acute congestive glaucoma, Abrupt loss of vision in one eye, Vision that appears as when looking through a tunnel or gun barrel, Idiopathic photosensitivity in children, Difficulty seeing at night in one eye, Abnormal pupillary size in one eye, Gradual onset of visual field defects, Gradual loss of vision, Flashes (19 causes), Wandering eye, Fungal keratitis, Sudden onset of floaters, Rainbow colored halos, Intermittent floaters, Flashes of lights and floaters in children, Gradual loss of vision in both eyes, Decreased responsiveness to light, Sudden onset of irregular pupillary changes, Vision changes in pregnancy, Severe pain in and around the eye as present in acute congestive glaucoma, Retinal dystrophy (18 causes), Myopia (197 causes), Loss of vision in half the normal field of vision, Area of partial or complete blindness, Transient blindness (1 cause), Seeing rainbow rings around lights, Seeing lights (19 causes), Floaters in both eyes, Decreased responsiveness to light in both eyes, Vision changes in both eyes in pregnancy, Area of partial or complete blindness in both eyes, Secondary causes of glaucoma in both eyes, Sudden onset of night blindness, Sudden onset of cloudy vision, Loss of visual acuity in both eyes, Intermittent cloudy vision

Symptoms related to Vision distortion: Vision loss (550 causes), Blindness (300 causes), Vision symptoms (2425 causes), Blurred vision (838 causes), Double vision (146 causes), Cloudy vision (240 causes), Visual halo (8 causes), Blind spot (15 causes), Visual hallucinations (45 causes), Visual problems (2066 causes), Vision disorders (2 causes), Disturbed vision (8 causes), Visual disturbance (57 causes), Halo around lights (1 cause)

Vision distortion type of: Vision changes (2425 causes), Impaired vision (1440 causes), Visual problems (2066 causes), Vision symptoms (2425 causes), Eye symptoms (5347 causes), Face symptoms (8039 causes), Head symptoms (9978 causes)

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Related medical articles for symptom Vision distortion:

  • Symptom: Vision distortion
  • Medical conditions causing symptom: Vision distortion (1915 conditions)
  • Medical conditions causing complication: Vision distortion (143 conditions)

    Last revised: Nov 21, 2003

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