Figure 5 of Gandra, Mol Vis 2008; 14:1105-1113.

Figure 5. Fundus images of I-1, I-2, II-1, and II-2 of family A. The fundus pictures from unaffected members I-2 and II-2 were normal. However, typical features of retinitis pigmentosa could be well appreciated in affected members I-1 and II-1.The other details of the members of family A are as follows; Individual I-1 was a 24-year-old female with a history of night blindness since 8 years. Her visual acuity was counting fingers at 4 meters, and was not improving with glasses (NIG). Fundus examination revealed arteriolar attenuation, bony spicules with degenerative macular changes, and disc pallor. The electroretinogram (ERG) was nonrecordable, fields were grossly defective. Individual, I-2 was a 32-year-old male with a vision of 6/6 and normal fundus. Individual II-1 (proband) was a 5-year-old female with a complaint of night blindness since 6 months. Fundus revealed attenuated vessels, normal disc, dull foveal reflex, and altered retinal sheen. The ERG was nonrecordable in both the eyes. Individuals II-2 was a 3.5-year-old male with normal vision and fundus. Individual II-3 is a 2-year-old female with normal fundus. The ERG and visual field test could not be done due to pediatric age.