Cone-Rod Dystrophy is a group of rare genetic disorders that primarily affect the cone and rod cells in the retina, crucial for central and peripheral vision, respectively. This progressive condition often leads to color vision impairment, decreased central visual acuity, and night blindness. Research into the genetic mechanisms underlying Cone-Rod Dystrophy is advancing, offering hope for future therapeutic interventions.
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