Renal Coloboma Syndrome, also known as Papillorenal syndrome, is when the kidney is not fully developed and the optic nerve has a hole in it. Renal Coloboma Syndrome is a genetic disorder that is caused by a mutation of the Pax2 gene. The severity of the eye damage differs greatly between people, but some people have normal vision and others have visual deficiency. When a kidney is not fully developed, it usually leads to end-stage renal disease. The treatments for Renal Coloboma Syndrome include kidney transplant, renal replacement therapy, and vision help.
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Renal Coloboma Syndrome is also known as renal coloboma syndrome, optic coloboma, vesicoureteral reflux, and renal anomalies, coloboma of optic nerve with renal disease, optic nerve coloboma with renal disease, optic nerve coloboma renal syndrome, coloboma-ureteral-renal syndrome, renal-coloboma syndrome, coloboma of optic disc, oncr, rcs.