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The general eye specialist you see initially will refer you to a retinal specialist with expertise in IRDs.
Following the initial diagnosis and genetic testing, IRD patients are monitored regularly for progression of the condition and the development of any complications, such as swelling of the retina, by a retinal specialist or paediatric ophthalmologist.Patients with syndromic RP may additionally require monitoring and treatment by other specialists, such as an ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor and genetics doctor.