Dominantly inherited macular dystrophy with flecks (Stargardt).

@article{Cibis1980DominantlyIM,
  title={Dominantly inherited macular dystrophy with flecks (Stargardt).},
  author={Gerhard W. Cibis and M A Morey and David J. Harris},
  journal={Archives of ophthalmology},
  year={1980},
  volume={98 10},
  pages={1785-9}
}
A family had dominantly inherited macular dystrophy with flecks and without evidence of major cone dysfunction. This family shows that the clinical picture of Stargardt's disease can result from at least two different genes: one with dominant and another with recessive heredity. Some patients had fundus flavimaculatus flecks of Stargardt's disease; others did not. In our opinion progressive atrophic macular (foveal) dystrophy as Stargardt's disease without flecks is not a separate clinical… CONTINUE READING