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Hunain
Hunain9 months ago
Symptoms of retinitis pigmentosa

Symptoms of retinitis pigmentosa

The most common early symptom of RP is loss of night vision — usually starting in childhood. Parents may notice that children with RP have trouble moving around in the dark or adjusting to dim light. RP also causes loss of side (peripheral) vision — so you have trouble seeing things out of the corners of your eyes.

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