By Dritan Sherifi
- Absence of color in the hair,skin,or eyes lighter than normal coloring of hair,skin, or eye patches.
- Impaired Vision
- Photo phobia
- Genetic mutations appear to be lead by the lack of melanin production.
- 1 in 40,000 people worldwide have type 2 oculoctaneous albinism which has symptoms of unusually light hair and skin correlation.
- Such Albinism can cause sunlight-related skin or eye cancers.
Tests and Treatments
The following are tests and treatments for Albinism
- Sadly their is no cure for Albinism.
- Some treatment mite be to wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from the UV rays coming from the sun.
- Surgery on the muscles of the eyes to correct abnormal eyes movements.