Forty-eight patients with Usher's syndrome were assess for the degree of visual loss, extent of lens opacities, and presence of foveal lesions. Twenty-one patients (44%) showed either atrophic or cystic-appearing bilateral foveal changes. Despite having foveal lesions and variable degrees of lens opacities most patients maintained central visual acuity of 20/60 or better until their middle 30s.
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