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Glossary for Cone rod dystrophy

  • Ausems Wittebol-Post Hennekam syndrome: A very rare syndrome characterized by the association of a cleft lip with retinal problems.
  • Blindness: The inability to see out of the eyes
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 1: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 1 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 18q21.1-q21.3. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 10: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 10 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 1q22. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 11: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 11 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 19p13.3. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 12: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 12 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 4p15.3. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 13: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 13 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 14q11. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 2: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 2 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 19113.3. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 3: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 3 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 1p2-p13. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 5: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 5 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 17p13. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 6: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 6 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 17p13.1. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 7: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 7 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 6q12-q13. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 8: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 8 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 1q12-q24. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy 9: An inherited progressive eye disease involving deterioration of the cones and rods of the eye. The cone and rod cells make up the retina. Type 9 results from a genetic defect on chromosome 8p11. Initially, visual acuity becomes impaired followed by loss of peripheral vision.
  • Eye and vision conditions: Medical conditions affecting the eyes or the vision systems.
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  • Spondylometaphyseal dysplasia -- cone-rod dystrophy: A rare syndrome characterized by skeletal abnormalities (spine and metaphyses) and an eye disorder. Vision impairment starts early in life and tends to progress but often stabilizes during adolescence.

 

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