The term albinismus is most often used to describe oculocutaneous albinism (OCA), a group of hereditary disorders wherein melanin pigment is generated poorly or not generated at all. Your body’s type and amount of melanin determine the hair color, skin, and eyes. Moreover, people with albinism suffer visual issues because melanin has a role in forming optic nerves.
Albinismus is commonly visible in a person’s hair, skin, and eye color, although minor variances may occur. People with albinism have a greater risk of skin cancer because they are more vulnerable to the sun’s rays.