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Congenital stationary night blindness, an inherited condition that affects one's ability to see in the dark,AaAa is caused by a mutation in a calcium channel protein that shuttles calcium into and out of cells.
In April 1999, another doctor, Scott Brodie, diagnosed Capobianco as having "congenital stationary night blindness." In a report to DOS, Brodie wrote that Capobianco would probably maintain his current level of visual function but should not drive at night.
One such rare problem, congenital stationary night blindness, has recently received some attention.
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