Who is at risk for Stargardt eye disease?

Who is at risk for Stargardt eye disease? [21] FAQ

Stargardt eye disease is an inherited, autosomal recessive disorder. A recessive disorder passes on to the next generation only if both parents are carriers of this mutation.
If a child is affected by Stargardt eye disease and his parents are not, it means both of his parents are carriers of the affected gene, which is an autosomal recessive disease.
Stargardts disease, typically surfaces before the age of 20 and affects central vision and does not affect peripheral vision. Other symptoms include diminishing ability to perceive colors and difficulty adapting from bright light to dimmer light.
Unfortunately, there is no proved Stargardt Disease Treatment though assistance may be achieved with RevitalVision which is an at home program. RevitalVision improves visual acuity and contrast sensitivity. Many patients report high levels of satisfaction and vision improvement.

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