blindness

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Synonyms for blindness

the condition of not being able to see

Synonyms for blindness

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3) We present a case of transient cortical blindness secondary to PRES following ingestion of the ephedra-based weight-loss supplements, Stacker 3 and Ripped Fuel Extreme.
Herein, we report a case of reversible CYA-induced cortical blindness and seizure after lung transplantation.
Jonathan had a reaction to the hepatitis B vaccine, experienced brain death three times, and now has spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy, cortical blindness, and a severe seizure disorder.
Six years ago, my husband and I adopted our granddaughter, who is 11-years-old and has cerebral palsy, autism, cortical blindness, mental retardation, and is developmentally delayed.
Marquies has cerebral palsy, developmental delay, and cortical blindness.
Our 7-year-old son has multiple disabilities, including cerebral palsy, mental retardation, cortical blindness, seizure disorder, and hydrocephalus (he has a shunt).
Both boys have lissencephaly (smooth brain), microcephaly (small head), profound mental retardation, seizure disorder, spasticity, and cortical blindness.
He is calmer, his eyes are open, and although he has been diagnosed with cortical blindness (loss of sight due to damage in the brain rather than a problem with the eyes), he seems to be looking in the directions of sounds and other things.
Alexis has lissencephaly (smooth brain), microcephaly (abnormally small head), and cortical blindness.
I am truly desperate to find any information on cerebral palsy, Group B strep, sepsis (the disease was found in all of the fluids in her body including blood, urine, saliva, and spinal fluid), meningitis, cortical blindness, brain damage, and congenital hip dysplasia.
Marisa was born with microcephaly (small head size), cerebral palsy, cortical blindness, and developmental delays.