What is the patho physiology of Achromatopsia?

The electro retinography helps to diagnose the hemeralopic aspect of this condition. It is a non invasive technique. The response at the low and medium light levels is normal but

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What is the cause of Achromatopsia?

The acquired achromatopsia is also known as the dyschromatopsia. In this there is an injury to the thalamus of the mid brain and the cerebral cortex. It is referred as

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What is an Acid Maltase Deficiency?

It is defined as a condition in which there occurs a problem in the storage of glycogen. It is also known as the Pompe disease. It is a neuro muscular disorder

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What is the classification of Acid Maltase Deficiency?

This disorder is divided into three forms depending upon the age of onset and the progression of symptoms. This disorder is mainly divided into the infantile and late onset form.

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What is an Acitretine Antenatal Infection?

It is defined as a condition in which there occur a second generation retinoid known as the acitretin. Its mode of administration is oral. It is used in the treatment

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What is an Acute Posterior Multifocal Placoid Pigment Epitheliopathy?

It is defined as a disorder in which there is a chorio retinal disease in which the light colored lesions which are formed in the posterior pole and inside the

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What is a Phenyl Ketonuria?

It is defined as a disorder in which there is an inability of the human body to break amino acids such as phenyl alanine. One needs amino acids to make

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What is an Acidemia, Isovaleric?

It is defined as a condition in which there occur metabolic disorders which affect the normal metabolism of the branched chain amino acid. This amino acid is known as the

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What is an Acidemia, Propionic?

It is defined as a condition in which there occurs metabolic disorder which affects the branched chain organic acid. It is a rare condition of autosomal recessive disorder. It is

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What is Acatalasemia?

It is defined as a condition in which there is an absence of catalase. It is also referred as an acatalasemia. It is an autosomal recessive disorder which is peroxisomal.

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