Retinitis pigmentosa

A group of genetic eye conditions leading to chronic retinal degeneration, accompanied by abnormal deposits of pigment. The disease causes a progressive decrease in peripheral or side vision. Associated with night blindness, loss of peripheral vision, tunnel vision, decreased acuity, lack of depth perception, retinal scarring, and photophobia.

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