• Are there any treatments for macular hypoplasia with congenital motor nystagmus?


    Question:

    My 7-year-old son has macular hypoplasia (when macula is underdeveloped, causing poor central vision) with congenital motor nystagmus (when eyes move rapidly and uncontrollably). Are there any treatments in the foreseeable future or any tests being done?


    Answer:

    At this time, there are no treatments that are available for your son’s condition. In addition, unfortunately there are no ongoing clinical trials of novel therapies.


    Answered By: