Individuals with juvenile retinoschisis may benefit from the use of low-vision aids, including electronic, computer-based, optical aids and large-print text books. Special seating in the front of the classroom as well as handouts with high contrast will help out.
In some cases surgery may required to address the occasional complications of vitreous hemorrhage and full-thickness retinal detachment.
It is important to avoid head trauma as well as high-contact sports.
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