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All 31 affected dogs described in present report showed no obvious visual impairment except nyctalopia at initial stage which gradually progress to day blindness in few months to years resulting in complete blindness.
A patient presents with a loss of peripheral vision and nyctalopia.
It appears that the main symptoms revolve around floaters, abnormalities of visual function such as nyctalopia, loss of colour vision and poor contrast sensitivity.
c) Nyctalopia is thought to more common than oscillopsia in BCR
Patients with RP may complain of difficulties with their vision in dimly lit surroundings or total nyctalopia.