Publication Year: 2011
Type: Federal resource, Online Publication
Usher syndrome (US) is the most common condition that involves both hearing and vision problems. This publication contains information about the three different types of Usher syndrome and their characteristics, how US is diagnosed, treated, what research is being done on US, and whom to contact for more information.
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