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What does it mean if a child's cone and rods are not properly developed?
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Dr. Kevin Considine
Family Medicine
In brief: Visual problems
It could be a congenital or genetic problem with eye development which can affect vision and also color perception and/or blindness.
Definitetly follow with a pediatric ophthalmologist to be sure.

In brief: Visual problems
It could be a congenital or genetic problem with eye development which can affect vision and also color perception and/or blindness.
Definitetly follow with a pediatric ophthalmologist to be sure.
Dr. Kevin Considine
Dr. Kevin Considine
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