Albanism and dating
He was martyred along with his mother Anthia the anti-Christian campaign of Hadrian.
whereas in the 4th to the 5th centuries it was Greek in Epirus and Macedonia and Latin in Praevalitana and Dardania.
But that person won’t lose his eyesight completely, and it won't get worse over time.
Later, episcopal seats were established in Apollonia, Buthrotum (modern Butrint), and Scodra (modern Shkodra).
Women carry this gene but don’t usually have symptoms.
Almost everyone who has the most common type, called type 1 or Nettleship-Falls, is male. The other type of ocular albinism is much less common.
Even though people who have this condition can be legally blind, they can still get a driver’s license in some states if they wear special glasses with small telescopes, called bioptics, mounted on them.
People with ocular albinism should be tested by an ophthalmologist and have exams at least once a year.
It can’t make a sharp image and the nerves behind the eyes can’t transmit a clear image to the brain. Albinism keeps the body from making enough of a chemical called melanin, which gives eyes, skin, and hair their color. But the blood vessels inside can show through the colored part (the iris), and the eyes can look pink or red.