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Munis Dundar, Kevan M. A. Gartland and Tommaso Beccari

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Munis Dundar, Kevan M.A. Gartland and Peter B. Gahan

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Andi Abeshi, Carla Marinelli, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Lucia Ziccardi and Matteo Bertelli

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We studied the scientific literature and disease guidelines in order to summarize the clinical utility of the genetic test for Sorsby’s fundus dystrophy (SFD). SFD is caused by variations in the TIMP3 gene. Prevalence is, currently unknown. SFD has autosomal dominant inheritance. Clinical diagnosis is based on clinical findings, color vision testing, optical coherence tomography, ophthalmological examination and electroretinography. The genetic test is useful for confirming diagnosis, and for differential diagnosis, couple risk assessment and access to clinical trials.

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Andi Abeshi, Pamela Coppola, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Leonardo Colombo and Matteo Bertelli

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We studied the scientific literature and disease guidelines in order to summarize the clinical utility of genetic testing for Mendelian myopia (MM), a large and heterogeneous group of inherited refraction disorders. Variations in the SLC39A5, SCO2 and COL2A1 genes have an autosomal dominant transmission, whereas those in the LRPAP1, P3H2, LRP2 and SLITRK6 genes have autosomal recessive transmission. The prevalence of MM is currently unknown. Clinical diagnosis is based on clinical findings, family history, ophthalmological examination and other tests depending on complications. The genetic test is useful for confirming diagnosis, and for differential diagnosis, couple risk assessment and access to clinical trials.

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Andi Abeshi, Carla Marinelli, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Leonardo Colombo and Matteo Bertelli

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We studied the scientific literature and disease guidelines in order to summarize the clinical utility of genetic testing for ocular coloboma (COI). COI is inherited in an autosomal dominant manner associated with variations in the PAX6, ABCB6 and FZD5 genes and in an autosomal recessive manner associated with variations in the SALL2 gene. Overall prevalence is 1 per 100,000 live births. Clinical diagnosis is based on clinical findings, ophthalmogical examination, family history, fundus examination and electroretinography. The genetic test is useful for confirming diagnosis, and for differential diagnosis, couple risk assessment and access to clinical trials.

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Andi Abeshi, Alessandra Zulian, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Benedetto Falsini and Matteo Bertelli

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We studied the scientific literature and disease guidelines in order to summarize the clinical utility of genetic testing for achromatopsia. The disease has autosomal recessive inheritance, a prevalence of 1/30000-1/50000, and is caused by mutations in the CNGB3, CNGA3, GNAT2, PDE6C, ATF6 and PDE6H genes. Clinical diagnosis is by ophthalmological examination, color vision testing and electrophysiological testing. Genetic testing is useful for confirming diagnosis and for differential diagnosis, couple risk assessment and access to clinical trials.

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Andi Abeshi, Pamela Coppola, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Leonardo Colombo and Matteo Bertelli

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We studied the scientific literature and disease guidelines in order to summarize the clinical utility of genetic testing for infantile nystagmus (IN). Forms of IN associated with variations in CACNA1F, FRMD7 and GPR143 genes have X-linked recessive inheritance, whereas variations in SLC38A8, TYR and TYRP1 genes have an autosomal recessive inheritance and variations in COL11A1, CRYBA1 and PAX6 genes have an autosomal dominant inheritance. The prevalence of all forms of IN is estimated to be 1 in 5000. Clinical diagnosis is based on clinical findings, age of onset, family history, ophthalmological examination, fundoscopy, electroretinography, optical coherence tomography, slit lamp examination and visual evoked potentials. The genetic test is useful for confirming diagnosis, and for differential diagnosis, couple risk assessment and access to clinical trials.

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Andi Abeshi, Carla Marinelli, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Lucia Ziccardi and Matteo Bertelli

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We studied the scientific literature and disease guidelines in order to summarize the clinical utility of genetic testing for Norrie disease. The disease is caused by variations in the NDP gene. Its prevalence is currently unknown. Inheritance is X-linked recessive. Clinical diagnosis is based on clinical findings, color vision testing, optical coherence tomography, ophthalmological examination and electroretinography. The genetic test is useful for confirming diagnosis, and for differential diagnosis, couple risk assessment and access to clinical trials.

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Andi Abeshi, Alice Bruson, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Lucia Ziccardi and Matteo Bertelli

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We studied the scientific literature and disease guidelines in order to summarize the clinical utility of the genetic test for Bietti crystalline dystrophy (BCD). The disease has autosomal recessive inheritance, a prevalence of 1 per 67 000, and is caused by mutations in the CYP4V2 gene. Clinical diagnosis is based on clinical findings, ophthalmological examination, electroretinography and optical coherence tomography. The genetic test is useful for confirming diagnosis, and for differential diagnosis, couple risk assessment and access to clinical trials.

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Yeltay Rakhmanov, Paolo Enrico Maltese, Francesca Fanelli, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar and Matteo Bertelli

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Ventricular septal defects (VSDs) are the commonest heart malformations and may affect the membranous or the muscular septum. Clinical presentation depends on the amount of interventricular flow, which is determined by the size of the defect and the relative resistances of the pulmonary and systemic vascular beds. The prevalence of VSD is estimated at about 5% among infants. Many small malformations present at birth may later undergo spontaneous closure. VSD may have autosomal dominant or autosomal recessive inheritance and may exist as isolated forms or as part of a syndrome. This Utility Gene Test was developed on the basis of an analysis of the literature and existing diagnostic protocols. It is useful for confirming diagnosis, as well as for differential diagnosis, couple risk assessment and access to clinical trials.