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Exploring Genetic Subtype for Inherited Night Blindness Suggests New Approach to Testing and Coping Complete congenital stationary night blindness (cCSNB) is a rare inherited retinal disease that inhibits normal rod cell response to light. Those affected often also have reduced visual acuity, near-sightedness, eye misalignment (strabismus) and involuntary eye shaking (nystagmus).

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