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(From the “Note to readers” in the Italian guidelines)
In recent years, clinical guidelines on aniridia have been developed according
to the international scientific methodology. We offer here the English
translation of the Italian guidelines and the Spanish protocol, together with
the original Spanish text of a clinical guideline for WAGR and Wilms tumor.
Other guidelines are currently being developed in Germany and France, and will
be displayed here when ready.
- Spanish Guidelines for the Management of Congenital Aniridia [PDF, 4MB]
- Italian Guidelines on congenital aniridia [PDF, 2MB]
- Aniridia, tumor de Wilms y síndrome WAGR [PDF, 1MB]
General practitioners, pediatricians and educational assistants can get a
first overall information on the disease and its implications by consulting the
brochure developed by Aniridia Europe.