Adamtsl4-related eye disorders

Healthcare/Doctors

What specialist doctors should I see with ADAMTSL4-related eye disorders?

If you have an ADAMTSL4-related eye disorder, you should see an ophthalmologist regularly. An ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who specializes in taking care of patients' eyes. You might already have an optometrist, who is another health care professional who takes cares of eyes and prescribes glasses. Your optometrist may be able to diagnose your disorder, but he or she should refer you to see an ophthalmologist to continue your care. If you are experiencing vision loss, you could also consider an appointment with a low vision specialist who could help you better use the remaining vision that you have.

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If I have ADAMTSL4-related eye disorders, what should my doctor know about managing the disease?

If I have ADAMTSL4-related eye disorders, what should my doctor know about managing the disease?

Your eye doctor should know the symptoms of ADAMTSL4-related eye disorders so they know what types of problems to look out for. For children, your eye doctor should be watching for amblyopia (or "lazy" eye) so it can be treated as soon as possible.

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