Fast Five Quiz: Primary Hyperoxaluria Type 1 Signs and Symptoms

Bradley Schwartz, DO


March 04, 2022

Ocular complications have been described in patients with PH1, primarily with the infantile course of disease. These include specific, brown-colored retinal deposits and disturbed vision. Although ocular complications are common, not all patients will experience them.

In noninfantile PH1, ocular complications tend to be mild.

Learn more about the symptoms and the management of PH1.

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