DJ Klein

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Ocular albinism with myopia and impaired vision (R.E. 0.2; L.E. 0.6), but without nystagmus, were observed in a 10-year-old girl. The electrophysiological tests indicate, in addition, the presence of a tapetoretinal degeneration. It is assumed that the patient is carrier of two genes, a sex-linked one responsible for albinismus solum fundi and a second one(More)
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