Retinitis Pigmentosa is actually a group of inherited
diseases that affect the
retina of the eye causing a degeneration of photoreceptor cells. These cells are
what capture light enabling us to see. When these cells degenerate, patients
experience loss of night vision, color vision and peripheral vision. Eventually
tunnel vision may occur. While inherited, Retinitis Pigmentosa may skip
generations and therefore is difficult to track. Any person who has a family
member with a retinitis pigmentosa should immediately be tested by an eye care
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