Definition of Amaurotic. Meaning of Amaurotic. Synonyms of Amaurotic

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Definition of Amaurotic

Amaurotic
Amaurotic Am`au*rot"ic, a. Affected with amaurosis; having the characteristics of amaurosis.

Meaning of Amaurotic from wikipedia

- Visual impairment, also known as vision impairment or vision loss, is a decreased ability to see to a degree that causes problems not fixable by usual...
- disease had a familial basis, proposed that the disease should be called amaurotic familial idiocy. However, its genetic basis was still poorly understood...
- Amaurotic nystagmus is defined as the nystagmus ****ociated with blindness or the central vision defects. It is characterized by the pendular or jerky...
- subtypes such as congenital nystagmus, acquired pendular nystagmus, and amaurotic nystagmus. "Pendular Nystagmus". www.dizziness-and-balance.com. Retrieved...
- Sandhoff disease is one of several forms of what was formerly known as amaurotic idiocy. This inherited disease is characterized by the ac****ulation of...
- disease had a familial basis, proposed that the disease should be called amaurotic familial idiocy. However, its genetic basis was still poorly understood...
- through the pupil, the medical term for which is leukocoria, also known as amaurotic cat's eye reflex. Other signs and symptoms include deterioration of vision...
- Bielschowsky made important contributions in his research of tuberous sclerosis, amaurotic idiocy, paralysis agitans, Huntington’s c****a and myotonia congenita...
- However, all forms were still thought to belong in the group of "familial amaurotic idiocies", of which Tay–Sachs was the prototype. In 1931, Torsten Sjögren...
- – Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Chicago, 1896, 21: 475–479. "Amaurotic Family Idiocy (Tay–Sachs disease)" in: "Modern medicine: its theory and...
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