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A resource for patients and doctors about rare genetic eye disorders.

THIS SITE IS UNDER DEVELOPMENT. ALL CONTENT IS PURELY ILLUSTRATIVE



About us

Find out more about the team and institutions behind this project


Genetic counselling and genetic testing

Find out why these are so important for a patient with a genetic eye disorder


The Eye

Explanation of the different structures of the eye


Education and learning

For parents whose child is affected by visual impairment


Coping with sight loss

New to sight loss? Click here to find out about support that are available


Stay in touch

Register with us and stay up to date with the latest information on your condition


Image of the month

Choroideremia

A comparison between a retina affected by choroideremia (A) and a normal retina (B). As the condition progresses, chorioretinal atrophy reveals the large vessels of the choroid and the paler hue of the underlying sclera.

The retina of choroideremia patient has advanced degeneration of the retina which gives rise to a whitish appearance while the unaffected normal retina has an red-orange hue