Health Conditions

Retinal Dystrophy

What is Retinal Dystrophy?

Retinal dystrophy is a condition associated with deteriorating vision in one or both eyes. Most retinal dystrophies are genetic and are passed down from one or both parents. Symptoms loss of vision, night blindness, and light sensitivity.

While there is no cure, treatment may include surgery or some gene therapy medications.

Retinal Dystrophy:
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