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Ocular Albinism is a genetic disorder that is characterized by vision abnormalities. The vision problems are congenital and generally do not progress over time. The skin and the hair of the affected individuals are mostly normal. The involuntary eye movement, known as nystagmus, is the most common vision problem in people with this condition. There can be reduced iris pigment in some while others may have reduced retinal pigment among other such signs.
HOW IS OCULAR ALBINISM DIAGNOSED?
An ophthalmologist would check your eyes for problems associated along with doing a vision test and reading test.
HOW IS OCULAR ALBINISM TREATED?
An ophthalmologist after determining the extent of the disorder would prescribe regular eye tests and glasses or contact lenses to help improve vision. Dark glasses would be recommended when going out to help patients cope with light sensitivity.
DID YOU KNOW?
This condition usually affects the development of the eyes of the patient.