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Usher syndrome, type IIIA

Usher syndrome, type IIIA: Introduction

Usher syndrome, type IIIA: A rare inherited disorder where children are born with normal hearing and vision which progressively deteriorates at a variable rate. The defect occurs on chromosome 5q14. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Usher syndrome, type IIIA is available below.

Symptoms of Usher syndrome, type IIIA

  • Hearing loss #onset by teenage years
  • Deafness #by late adulthood
  • Night blindness #onset during puberty
  • Blindness #by mid-adulthood
  • Progressive balance impairment
  • more symptoms...»

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Causes of Usher syndrome, type IIIA

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Prognosis for Usher syndrome, type IIIA

Prognosis for Usher syndrome, type IIIA: hearing and vision loss starts during the first few decades of life with deafness usually by middle age

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