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Born with optic nerve hypoplasia (ONH), the young musician said it doesn't bother him that he "can't see the crowd" when he's performing.
Shah is a pediatric neuro-ophthalmologist with clinical interests that include demyelinating diseases, nystagmus, eye movement abnormalities, cranial nerve palsies, optic nerve hypoplasia, craniofacial diseases, intracranial tumors, optic neuropathy, complex strabismus, ocular genetics and pediatric glaucoma.
33 AR Blue cone monochromacy COD5 OPN1L/MW Xq28 XL Optic nerve hypoplasia PAX6 11p13 AD (septo-optic dysplasia) HESX1 3p14.
Joshua, an only child who was born with optic nerve hypoplasia, was treated with donated umbilical cord stem cells.
Reisha suffers from a condition known as optic nerve hypoplasia, which was picked up when she was just two months old.
Josh has Optic Nerve Hypoplasia - where small or poorly developed nerves connecting to the brain can cause blindness.
The event was to raise money for Faith Dodds, who was born with a condition called optic nerve hypoplasia (ONH), which means she will probably never regain her sight.
Joshua's condition is called optic nerve hypoplasia.