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Phenotypes
Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula

Select all: Gene symbolChrAvg % covered at 10xLocus TypeNoteOMIMPrevious symbol(s)Phenotype(s)Slice(s)
ABCA41p22.1100%gene with protein product601691STGD1, ABCR, RP19, STGDAbnormal choroid morphology; Abnormal electroretinogram; Abnormal foveal morphology; Abnormality of color vision; Abnormality of macular pigmentation; Abnormality of retinal pigmentation; Abnormality of the retinal vasculature; Abnormality of the testis; Abnormality of visual evoked potentials; Anteverted nares; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula; Attenuation of retinal blood vessels; Atypical scarring of skin; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Blindness; Bone spicule pigmentation of the retina; Cataract; Central scotoma; Conductive hearing impairment; Cone/cone-rod dystrophy; Constriction of peripheral visual field; Glaucoma; Hyperinsulinemia; Hypogonadism; Hypoplasia of penis; Intellectual disability; Keratoconus; Macular degeneration; Nyctalopia; Nystagmus; Obesity; Ophthalmoplegia; Optic atrophy; Optic disc pallor; Paroxysmal involuntary eye movements; Photophobia; Progressive night blindness; Reduced visual acuity; Retinal pigment epithelial atrophy; Retinal pigment epithelial mottling; Retinal thinning; Retinitis pigmentosa inversa; Rod-cone dystrophy; Sensorineural hearing impairment; Visual impairment; Visual loss; Wide nasal bridge; Yellow/white lesions of the macula
AP3D119p13.398.52%gene with protein product607246Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula; Astigmatism; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Cerebral atrophy; Delayed myelination; Dystonia; EEG abnormality; Feeding difficulties; Generalized hypotonia; Generalized myoclonic seizures; Generalized tonic-clonic seizures; Hepatomegaly; Hypotelorism; Immunodeficiency; Infantile onset; Interstitial pulmonary abnormality; Low-set ears; Macrotia; Microcephaly; Miosis; Muscular hypotonia of the trunk; Neutropenia; Nystagmus; Ocular albinism; Photophobia; Recurrent respiratory infections; Retrognathia; Smooth philtrum; Splenomegaly; Strabismus; Visual impairmentAlbinism
CNGB38q21.398.65%gene with protein product605080ACHM3, ACHM1, RMCHAbnormal choroid morphology; Abnormal electroretinogram; Abnormal foveal morphology; Abnormality of color vision; Abnormality of macular pigmentation; Abnormality of retinal pigmentation; Abnormality of visual evoked potentials; Achromatopsia; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Cataract; Central scotoma; Dyschromatopsia; Exotropia; High myopia; Horizontal pendular nystagmus; Hypermetropia; Macular degeneration; Monochromacy; Nyctalopia; Paroxysmal involuntary eye movements; Pendular nystagmus; Photophobia; Reduced visual acuity; Retinal pigment epithelial atrophy; Retinal pigment epithelial mottling; Retinal thinning; Retinitis pigmentosa inversa; Severe visual impairment; Visual impairment; Yellow/white lesions of the macula
ELOVL46q14.1100%gene with protein product605512STGD2, STGD3, SCA34Abnormal choroid morphology; Abnormal foveal morphology; Abnormality of color vision; Abnormality of macular pigmentation; Abnormality of visual evoked potentials; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula; Autosomal dominant inheritance; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Central scotoma; Dry skin; Dysarthria; Dysdiadochokinesis; Gait disturbance; Hypohidrosis; Hyporeflexia; Macular degeneration; Macular dystrophy; Macular flecks; Macule; Nyctalopia; Nystagmus; Papule; Paroxysmal involuntary eye movements; Progressive cerebellar ataxia; Reduced visual acuity; Retinal pigment epithelial atrophy; Retinal pigment epithelial mottling; Retinal thinning; Urticaria; Visual impairment; Yellow/white lesions of the maculaPalmoplantar keratoderma plus congenital ichthyosis
FOXC16p25.3100%gene with protein product601090FKHL7, IRID1Abnormal anterior chamber morphology; Abnormal iris vasculature; Abnormality of cardiovascular system morphology; Aniridia; Anterior synechiae of the anterior chamber; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the iris; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula; Atrial septal defect; Autosomal dominant inheritance; Axenfeld anomaly; Cataract; Central opacification of the cornea; Cerebellar vermis hypoplasia; Concave nasal ridge; Congenital glaucoma; Ectopia pupillae; Everted lower lip vermilion; Glaucoma; Hearing impairment; Heterogeneous; Hypertelorism; Hypodontia; Hypoplasia of the iris; Hypoplastic iris stroma; Malar flattening; Microdontia; Midface retrusion; Nystagmus; Patent ductus arteriosus; Peters anomaly; Posterior embryotoxon; Proptosis; Rieger anomaly; Sensorineural hearing impairment; Subcapsular cataract; Thinning of Descemet membrane; Visual lossCongenital Kidney and Urinary Tract (CKUT) Anomalies
PAX611p1399.98%gene with protein product607108AN2Abnormal best corrected visual acuity test; Abnormality of movement; Abnormality of retinal pigmentation; Abnormality of the optic disc; Abnormality of the vagina; Abnormality of vision; Amblyopia; Aniridia; Anterior synechiae of the anterior chamber; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the iris; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula; Ataxia; Autosomal dominant inheritance; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Cataract; Central opacification of the cornea; Cerebellar hypoplasia; Chorioretinal coloboma; Congenital glaucoma; Congenital nystagmus; Contiguous gene syndrome; Corneal opacity; Cryptorchidism; Displacement of the external urethral meatus; EEG abnormality; Everted lower lip vermilion; Generalized hyperpigmentation; Glaucoma; Global developmental delay; Hearing abnormality; Hypoplasia of the corpus callosum; Hypoplasia of the fovea; Hypoplasia of the iris; Hypospadias; Intellectual disability; Keratitis; Mask-like facies; Microcephaly; Micrognathia; Motor delay; Muscular hypotonia; Nephroblastoma; Nystagmus; Opacification of the corneal stroma; Optic atrophy; Optic disc hypoplasia; Optic nerve aplasia; Optic nerve coloboma; Optic nerve hypoplasia; Peripheral vitreous opacities; Peters anomaly; Postural tremor; Presenile cataracts; Pseudopapilledema; Ptosis; Reduced visual acuity; Retinal detachment; Scanning speech; Short stature; Slurred speech; Somatic mutation; Strabismus; Streak ovary; Subcapsular cataract; Thinning of Descemet membrane; Visual impairment; Visual loss
PROM14p15.3299.12%gene with protein product604365PROML1, MCDR2, STGD4Abnormal choroid morphology; Abnormal electroretinogram; Abnormal foveal morphology; Abnormality of color vision; Abnormality of macular pigmentation; Abnormality of retinal pigmentation; Abnormality of the retinal vasculature; Abnormality of the testis; Abnormality of visual evoked potentials; Anteverted nares; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula; Atypical scarring of skin; Autosomal dominant inheritance; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Blindness; Cataract; Central scotoma; Conductive hearing impairment; Cone/cone-rod dystrophy; Dyschromatopsia; Glaucoma; Granular macular appearance; Hyperinsulinemia; Hypogonadism; Hypoplasia of penis; Intellectual disability; Keratoconus; Macular degeneration; Macular dystrophy; Nyctalopia; Nystagmus; Obesity; Ophthalmoplegia; Optic atrophy; Paroxysmal involuntary eye movements; Perifoveal ring of hyperautofluorescence; Peripheral visual field loss; Photophobia; Progressive night blindness; Reduced visual acuity; Retinal flecks; Retinal pigment epithelial atrophy; Retinal pigment epithelial mottling; Retinal thinning; Rod-cone dystrophy; Sensorineural hearing impairment; Undetectable electroretinogram; Wide nasal bridge; Yellow/white lesions of the macula
PRPH26p21.179.5%gene with protein product179605RP7, RDSAbnormal choroid morphology; Abnormal electroretinogram; Abnormal foveal morphology; Abnormality of color vision; Abnormality of macular pigmentation; Abnormality of retinal pigmentation; Abnormality of the retinal vasculature; Abnormality of the testis; Abnormality of visual evoked potentials; Adult-onset night blindness; Anteverted nares; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula; Attenuation of retinal blood vessels; Atypical scarring of skin; Autosomal dominant inheritance; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Blindness; Cataract; Central scotoma; Chorioretinal atrophy; Choroideremia; Conductive hearing impairment; Constriction of peripheral visual field; Fundus albipunctatus; Glaucoma; Hyperinsulinemia; Hypogonadism; Hypoplasia of penis; Intellectual disability; Iris hypopigmentation; Keratoconus; Macular atrophy; Macular degeneration; Macular dystrophy; Metamorphopsia; Nyctalopia; Nystagmus; Obesity; Ophthalmoplegia; Optic atrophy; Paroxysmal involuntary eye movements; Photophobia; Pigmentary retinopathy; Progressive night blindness; Reduced visual acuity; Reticular retinal dystrophy; Retinal flecks; Retinal pigment epithelial atrophy; Retinal pigment epithelial mottling; Retinal thinning; Rod-cone dystrophy; Sensorineural hearing impairment; Visual field defect; Visual impairment; Vitelliform-like macular lesions; Wide nasal bridge; Yellow/white lesions of the macula
SLC24A515q21.1100%gene with protein product609802Abnormal foveal morphology on macular OCT; Abnormal iris pigmentation; Abnormality of the hair; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula; Autosomal dominant inheritance; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Nystagmus; Photophobia; Reduced visual acuity; Visual impairmentAlbinism
TRIM4411p13100%gene with protein product612298Aniridia; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the macula; Autosomal dominant inheritance; Cataract; Glaucoma; Nystagmus; Peters anomaly; Progressive visual loss; Visual loss


The gene coverage data provided by GeneDx represent an estimate based on previous results, but the specific sequencing coverage data for the genes selected may vary from individual to individual, and cannot be predicted exactly. Changes to an approved gene list can only be made by contacting GeneDx directly at 888-729-1206 and asking to speak with a member of our Whole Exome Sequencing Laboratory.


  SUGGESTED CUSTOM SLICES  

Customize below OR enter Suggested Slice ID on printed requisition form
(e.g. 706 XomeDxSlice - Slice ID: CS-Albinism).

Suggested Slice IDSuggested Gene List Name
CS-AlbinismAlbinism
CS-AAAplastic Anemia
CS-AutoImmuneAutoimmune Disorders
CS-BBSBardet-Biedl Syndrome
CS-BMFBone Marrow Failure Syndromes
CS-CVIDCommon Variable Immune Deficiency
CS-CKUTCongenital Kidney and Urinary Tract (CKUT) Anomalies
CS-DSDDisorders of Sex Development
CS-EDEctodermal Dysplasia
CS-FAFanconi Anemia
CS-AnemiaHemolytic Anemia
CS-HeterotaxyHeterotaxy
CS-IBDInflammatory Bowel Disease
CS-MaleInfMale Infertility
CS-WWSMuscular dystropy-dystroglycanopathy (Walker-Warburg)
CS-NephroticNephrotic Syndrome
CS-ObesityObesity
CS-PPKCIPalmoplantar keratoderma plus congenital ichthyosis
CS-Primary ImmunodefPrimary Immunodeficiency
CS-RhabdoRhabdomyolysis
CS-SRTDShort-Rib Thoracic Dysplasia
CS-VACTERLVACTERL Association
CS-WSWaardenburg Syndrome