Cone dystrophy

What is Cone dystrophy?

A cone dystrophy is an inherited ocular disorder characterized by the loss of cone cells, the photoreceptors responsible for both central and color vision.

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hello, my son is 15y and has been diagnosed in 2004 with progressive cone dystrophy high myopia and congenital nystagmus , is also has moderate...

doctor1 MD

dear zahra,
Progressive cone dystrophy as the name suggests is a progressive disease, however rate of progression varies from patient to patient....

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Dear Doctor, I am Suresh from Dubai [united Arab Emirates] ,presently in india for vacation. I am having some queries regarding Macular...

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Hi Suresh. Based on the material posted by you from your wife's reports, I have to assume your wife has one kind of Macular dystrophy. Degeneration...

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In 09/17/2003 an examination of angiograms performed, the result was the following:

- Taste hypofluorescent by perfusion deficit.
- Peridiscais...

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Thanks for posting your query.
You are having a macular degenerative disease called retinitis pigmentosa. There is no definitive treatment...

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