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Term:
ocular albinism (DOID:0050633)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
Albinism +     
eye disease +     
Aland Island eye disease  
Albinism Deafness Syndrome 
amblyopia +   
ancylostomiasis +  
anterior segment mesenchymal dysgenesis +   
asthenopia  
baylisascariasis 
blindness +   
Brachymetapody-Anodontia-Hypotrichosis-Albinoidism 
Cogan syndrome +   
COLOBOMA, OSTEOPETROSIS, MICROPHTHALMIA, MACROCEPHALY, ALBINISM, AND DEAFNESS  
conjunctival disease +   
corneal disease +   
cysticercosis +  
dipetalonemiasis 
Encephalocraniocutaneous Lipomatosis  
Eye Abnormalities +   
eye accommodation disease +  
eye degenerative disease +   
Eye Hemorrhage +   
Eye Infections +   
Eye Injuries +   
Eye Manifestations +   
Eye Neoplasms +   
eyelid disease +   
fundus dystrophy +   
glaucoma +   
globe disease +   
gonorrhea +  
Hereditary Eye Diseases +   
Hereditary Sensorimotor Neuropathy with Upper Motor Neuron, Visual Pathway and Autonomic Disturbance 
Hermansky-Pudlak syndrome 1  
Hernandez Fragoso Syndrome 
lacrimal apparatus disease +   
lens disease +   
leprosy +   
loiasis 
Marfan syndrome +   
Microcephaly Albinism Digital Anomalies Syndrome 
microphthalmia +   
Mollica Pavone Antener Syndrome 
MORM Syndrome  
ocular albinism +   
An eye disease that is characterized by reduced pigmentation of the iris and the resulting impairment of visual acuity without significantly affecting the color of skin or hair and has_material_basis in mutation in the GPR143 gene that encodes segments of the melanosomes that stores melanin. (DO)
ocular hypertension +   
ocular hypotension +   
ocular motility disease +   
Ocular Neovascularization +   
oculocutaneous albinism +   
ophthalmia nodosa 
ophthalmomyiasis 
optic nerve disease +   
orbital disease +   
philophthalmiasis 
piebaldism +   
pupil disease +   
refractive error +   
retinal disease +   
scleral disease +   
scotoma +  
toxocariasis +   
uveal disease +   
Vision Disorders +   
visual pathway disease +   
vitreous detachment +   

Synonyms
Primary IDs: MESH:D016117
Alternate IDs: OMIM:606933 ;   RDO:0002802
Definition Sources: https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/ocular-albinism

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