4 What is the prognostic significance of a diagnosis of fundus albipunctatus vs. retinitis punctata albescens?Fundus albipunctatus is a form of congenital stationary night blindness, not progressiveRetinitis punctata albescens acts like retinitis pigmentosa and results in progressive visual field loss, night-blindness, and retinal vascular attenuation.
5 What is characteristic about the ERG in fundus albipunctatus which distinguishes it FROM retinitis punctata albescens?Patients with fundus albipunctatus may have regeneration of the scotopic ERG waveforms with prolonged dark adaptation. Regeneration of the ERG does not occur with retinitis punctata albescens.
6 What is the form of transmission of fundus flavimaculatus. AR…… What is the form of transmission of fundus flavimaculatus? AR……..EOG: subnormal What is the pathology behind the disease? What other disease resembles it in pathology, & mode of transmission, describe its foveal appearance. ERG? EOG? Prognosis?