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Monitoring: Thank you to all ERN-EYE Full Members and Affiliated Partners!
The monitoring for 2022 has been successfully completed and submitted.
According to the information we have received from you, a total of about 20 700 new patients out of about 65 500 total patients were referred to ERN-EYE HCPs with diseases/conditions that fall within the scope of ERN-EYE in 2022.
Following articles were published in 2022 with ERN-EYE acknowledgement clearly stated and among authors affiliated to ERN-EYE HCPs from ≥2 EU countries:
- Comprehensive variant spectrum of the CNGA3 gene in patients affected by achromatopsia
- Diagnosis and classification of optic neuritis
- Evaluation of Local Rod and Cone Function in Stargardt Disease
- Longitudinal Changes of Fixation Stability and Location Within 24 Months in Stargardt Disease: ProgStar Report No. 16
- Multi-omics approach dissects cis-regulatory mechanisms underlying North Carolina macular dystrophy, a retinal enhanceropathy
- Neurotrophic Keratitis Due to Congenital Corneal Anesthesia with Deafness, Hypotonia, Intellectual Disability, Face Abnormality and Metabolic Disorder: A New Syndrome?
- Novel Clinical Observations and Genetic Spectrum in 340 Patients
- Novel OPN1LW/OPN1MW Exon 3 Haplotype-Associated Splicing Defect in Patients with X-Linked Cone Dysfunction
- Optic nerve involvement in CACNA1F-related disease: observations from a multicentric case series
- Outcome of Cataract Surgery in Patients With Retinitis Pigmentosa
- Personalized genetic counseling for Stargardt disease: Offspring risk estimates based on variant severity
- Recommendations for whole genome sequencing in diagnostics for rare diseases
- RNA-based therapies in inherited retinal diseases
- The European Reference Networks for rare and complex diseases respond to the Ukrainian crisis
- The landscape of submicroscopic structural variants at the OPN1LW/OPN1MW gene cluster on Xq28 underlying blue cone monochromacy
- The Natural History of Leber Congenital Amaurosis and ConeeRod Dystrophy Associated with Variants in the GUCY2D Gene
- The RUSH2A Study: Dark-Adapted Visual Fields in Patients With Retinal Degeneration Associated With Biallelic Variants in the USH2A Gene
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