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ERN-EYE, a European Reference Network dedicated to Rare Eye Diseases

Rare Eye Diseases display major heterogeneity and represent the leading cause of visual impairment/visual loss in children & young adults. Significant barriers remain for early diagnosis, patient management & research. EU experts decided to join forces in a European Reference Network.

ERN-EYE, evropska referenčna mreža za redke očesne bolezni (angl. European Reference Network dedicated to Rare Eye Diseases)

Redke očesne bolezni so zelo heterogene in predstavljajo glavni vzrok za okvaro/ izgubo vida pri otrocih in mlajših odraslih. Pri zgodnjem diagnosticiranju, vodenju bolnikov in raziskavah še vedno obstaja mnogo ovir. Strokovnjaki v EU so se odločili povezati v evropski referenčni mreži.


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Map of the ERN-EYE members across Europe 

Full members: Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden. Affiliated partners: Austria, Croatia, Luxembourg, Hungary,Malta, Slovak

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Recent news

Attend our next webinar on Paediatric Cataracts! On 16th October, 3.30 pm CEST.

ERN-EYE network has created a video to make medical staff aware of how to welcome people with Usher syndrome.

The first patients have been enrolled in REDgistry, after giving their informed consent, at the ERN-EYE coordinator organisation in Strasbourg by Pr Hélène Dollfus.


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ERN-EYE is a European Reference Network (ERN) approved by the ERN Board of Member States. The ERNs are supported by the European Commission. For more information about the ERNs and the EU health strategy, please visit The content on this website represents the views of the network and is its sole responsibility; it can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission or any other body of the European Union.


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