Retinitis Pigmentosa: Causes, Tests, and Treatment Options
by James Henry
Retinitis pigmentosa can lead in some cases to total blindness. Some of the most severe signs do not happen until early adulthood. Symptoms of RP include tunnel vision, night blindness, glare or light problems, double vision, cataracts, and decreased visual acuity. While there is no cure for RP, several treatment options are available to help you manage the disease.