RETINA CHAPTER 8

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RETINA CHAPTER 8
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2011-10-25 01:08:10
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Congenital and Stationary Retina Disease
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  1. Congenital Color Deficiency

    PR is DanGerous in TB stands for
    • PR PROTANOPES cant see RED
    • DG DEUTERANOPES cant see GREEN
    • TB TRITANOPES cant see BLUE
  2. Most accurate test for classifying red-green deficiency
    Anomaloscope
  3. Best test to determine if a color defect is acquired or inherited
    Farnsworth D-15
  4. What is achromatopsia
    total absence of color discrimination
  5. What is the visual acuity of achromatopsia?
    20/60-20/200
  6. What are the 2 types of achromatopsia and their specific inheritance pattern?
    • Rod Monochormatism (AR)
    • Blue-cone monochromatism (X-linked recessive)
  7. What is affected in Rod Monochromatism? How does the child present? What other disorder do you differentiate this disorder from? How do you differentiate this from other disorders with similar presentation
    • No cone function; thus, true color blindness and see world as gray
    • Nystagmus, poor vision, photoaversion light fundus (same presentation in both disorders)
    • ERG to differentiate from congential nystagmus and ocular albinism
  8. Blue cone monochromatism affects which cones?
    RED and GREEN cones dont work
  9. How do children with congential stationary night blindness (CSBN) present?
    nystagmus, decreased vision, myopia
  10. How does the fundus of congenital stationary night blindness (CSBN) appear.
    Depends...there is a variant with a NORMAL and abnormal fundus
  11. What is the inheritance pattern of congenital stationary night blindness (CSBN)
    • X-linked (most common)
    • AD
    • AR
  12. What is the ERG finding in congenital stationary night blindness (CSBN)?
    Negative ERG with large a wave and absent or reduced b wave

    Normally the b wave is larger than the a wave
  13. What is the problem in congential stationary night blindness (CSBN)?
    • "ON" photoreceptors dont work
    • there is a problem with rhodopsin
    • thus rods dont work=no night vision
  14. What is the vision in congential stationary night blindness (CSBN)?
    normal to 20/200
  15. Name the variants of Congential Stationary Night Blindness (CSBN) with abnormal fundus.
    • Fundus Albipunctatus
    • Oguchi Disease
  16. Describe Fundus Albipunctatus
    • disorder of visual pigment regeneration--
    • abnormal recovery of rhodopsin
    • after intense light exposure pt are night blind until several hours in a dark environment with abnormal ERG until resolution
  17. What disease must Fundus Albipunctatus be differentiated from? What is the difference between the 2 dieases?
    • Retinitis punctata
    • both have small yellow white dots but the latter has narrowed vessels and depressed ERG that doesn't improve after dark adaptation.
  18. What is the problem in Oguchi diease?
    problem with retinal circuity and not rhodopsin and adapt to dark slowly
  19. What happens after light exposure in Oguchi disease? What is this called?
    • Yellow iridescent sheen after light exposure that disappears after dark adaptation
    • Mizo-Nakamura phenomenon

  20. Name the above disorder?
    Describe the disorder.
    What other disorder is this associated?
    • Enhanced S cone Syndrome
    • Rare recessive form of CSNB where photopic and scotopic responses resemble
    • Goldman Favre Syndrome

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