Deaf blind hypopigmentation syndrome, Yemenite type is a rare genetic disorder that affects the skin, eyes, and hearing. It is characterized by a lack of pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair, as well as hearing loss. It is most commonly found in people of Yemeni descent. Symptoms may include white patches on the skin, light-colored eyes, and hearing loss. Treatment is typically supportive and may include hearing aids, sunglasses, and sun protection.