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Achromatopsia, Achromatopsia Network
What Is Achromatopsia? / About achromatopsia
Alstrom Syndrome, The Jackson Laboratory
Alstrom Syndrome / About alstrom syndrome. Clinical Features, Mode Of Inheritance, Alstrom Syndrome Research, Medical Literature, Society For Alstrom Syndrome Families, Additional Resources
Aniridia, Glaucoma Foundation
Aniridia, A Pediatric Glaucoma / About aniridia
Aniridia, Royal National Institute for the Blind
Aniridia Factsheet / About aniridia. What Is Anririda?, The Cause Of Aniridia, Risk Groups And Risk Factors/Genetic Implications, Effects Of Aniridia Disease, Treatment, Other Organizations
Aniridia, The Canadian Foundation for Aniridia Research
Aniridia Web Site / About aniridia
Aniridia, The Nobel Foundation
Aniridia / About aniridia
Anomalous eye, Micro and Anophthalmic Childrens Society
Anophthalmia,Microphthalmia,Coloboma,More information
Anophthalmia, Growing Strong
Franchesca : Child with Anophthalmia
Cat Eye Syndrom, OMIM
Cat eye syndrome (CES) is characterized clinically by the combination of coloboma of the iris and anal atresia with fistula, downslanting palpebral fissures, preauricular tags and/or pits, frequent occurrence of heart and renal malformations, and normal or near-normal mental development. A small supernumerary chromosome (smaller than chromosome 21) is present, frequently has 2 centromeres, is bisatellited, and represents an inv dup(22)(q11).
Coloboma, Contact a Family
Coloboma / About coloboma. Inheritance Patterns, Pre-Natal Diagnosis
Coloboma, Royal National Institute for the Blind
Coloboma Factsheet / About coloboma. What Is Coloboma, What Causes Coloboma, Risk Groups And Risk Factors, Effects Of Coloboma, Genetic Implications, Low Vision Services, Other Organisations
Coloboma, Royal National Institute for the Blind
Understanding Coloboma / About coloboma. Living With Coloboma, What Is Coloboma?
Coloboma, Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Coloboma / About coloboma. Description, Treatment, Implications
Coloboma, University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Coloboma of the IRIS / Brief note about coloboma
Color blind, Iowa Clinic
Color blind / About colorblind. Definition, Causes, Incidence And Risk Factors
Color Vision Problems, Health On the Net Foundation
Colour Vision Problems / About color vision problems. Defective Colour Vision, Classification Of Congenital Colour Vision, Classification Of Acquired Colour Vision Defects, WWW Resource On Colour
Color Vision, The Talk.Origins Archive
The Evolution of Color Vision / About color vision. Opsin Genes, Comparative Psychology, Mammalian Deficits, How To See Red
Congenital Color Vision Defects, LKC Technologies
Congenital Color Vision Defects / About congenital color vision defects
Ocular Albinism, National eye Institute
Living with Ocular Albinism / About ocular albinism
 
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