If a woman has FEVR and is affected by the disease, what are the chances of her passing the disease to future generations. I read somewhere from a credible source like NIH(I couldn't find the link again, I am attaching another https://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/diseases/1613/familial-exudative-vitreoretinopathy#:~:text=Familial%20exudative%20vitreoretinopathy%20(FEVR)%20is,the%20blood%20supply%20to%20retina.), that the babies that the woman conceives could be affected by or carrying the FEVR causing genes, or may neither be carrying nor affected by them. Depending on the type of inheritance, which are autosomal dominant, autosomal recessive, or X-linked recessive, the chances of having a normal baby vary. The chances of having a healthy kid for autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive are 50% and 25%, respectively ( I am intentionally excluding the possibility of X-linked recession).
Therefore, if the inheritance is autosomal dominant, then, there is a 50% chance that the baby is healthy and not carrying the genes. And the successive generations created by the baby will not have the gene causing FEVR. Is my understanding correct?