CORD

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CORDCollaboration On Repair Discoveries (adult nervous system)
CORDCommittee on Regional Development (various locations)
CORDCentral Okanagan Regional District (Canada)
CORDCanadian Organization for Rare Disorders
CORDCenter for Occupational Research and Development
CORDCone-Rod Dystrophy
CORDCouncil of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors
CORDCommunity Organizing for Responsible Development
CORDCone-Rod Dystrophy, X-Linked
CORDCibernet Online Roaming Database
CORDCoordinated Operational Requirements Document
CORDCity of Refuge Development, Inc. (Amarillo, Texas)
CORDContention Resolution by Delayline (IEEE)
CORDCentral Oklahoma Ringers and Directors (handbell group)
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"The sample color was the result of trial and error from previous patients, predominantly with cone-rod dystrophy, who were extremely photophobic and may have experienced blepharospasms," a dystonia that results in uncontrollable contraction of the muscle that causes the eye to blink, Dr.
"The sample color was the result of trial and error from previous patients, pre-dominantly with cone-rod dystrophy, who were extremely photophobic and may have experienced blepharospasms," a dystonia that results in uncontrollable contraction of the muscle that causes the eye to blink.
Saathoff, who began investigating tinted contact lenses with cone-rod dystrophy patients a decade ago in her work with low vision patients, hypothesized that the light-filtering treatment might benefit migraine sufferers as well.
U88667) have been found to be associated with autosomal recessive Stargardt/fundus flavimaculatus disease (STGD; MIM 248200), cone-rod dystrophy, and age-related macular degeneration.
Kate, of Witham, Essex, suffers from cone-rod dystrophy, an inherited condition in which the eyes' receptors gradually deteriorate.