Usher Syndrome Type IIA Research
Usher Syndrome Type IIA natural history study
Usher Syndrome Type IIA (USH2A) is the most common form of combined hearing and vision loss and one of the most common causes of retinitis pigmentosa overall. We are looking at the natural rate of progression of the disease to better understand the time course of USH2A.
In order to be seen at the Retina Foundation of the Southwest, you must have a referral from your ophthalmologist.
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