RETINITIS IS A MEDICAL TERM FOR CERTAIN HEALTH CONDITIONS THAT AFFECT THE EYES.
Types of retinitis:
This type of retinitis can be inherited or acquired. It is caused by a microorganism. If it was congenital, meaning it was inherited, it was passed to the affected child through the mother's placenta. Also, a similar kind of retinitis is caused by a blood-borne infection that settles in the eye of the affected person.
This type of retinitis is an inherited disorder in which a substance called phytanic acid reaches excessive levels thereby causing extensive damage to the retina.
In this type of retinitis the retina may detach from the eyeball's internal surface.
Known as CMV, this is the most common severe infection affecting the eye in patients with AIDS. If left untreated, CMV can destroy a person's eyesight in as little as two to six months. Cytomegalovirus is a herpes virus that usually does not cause symptoms in people with a normal functioning immune system. However, CMV can cause serious infections in those who have AIDS or an organ transplant, or those who are treated with chemotherapy.
Dr. Omar Gonzalez specializes in placenta cell therapy therapies that utilize a multidisciplinary approach to treate several types of retinitis. His office, Integra Medical Center, based in Nuevo Progreso, Tamps, Mexico, offers a path to healthier futures for thousands of individuals around the world seeking effective cell therapy treatments and therapies not yet available in the United States for retinitis. Patients who have been rejected or banded by "mainstream medicine" may count on Dr. Gonzalez's commitment to maintain and optimize their health.
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