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1 A101 Disc Swelling Due to Intraocular HypotensionOcular hypotension following lens replacement surgery. Retinal/macular folds. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Disc edema. Disease/ Diagnosis: Intraocular hypotension. Clinical: Low intraocular pressure or intraocular hypotension.Image
2 A201 Disc Swelling with Big Blind Spot SyndromeBlind spot larger than could be explained by visible edema. Subretinal white dots probably indicate margin of blind spot. Anatomy: Optic disc; Retina. Pathology: Unknown. Disease/ Diagnosis: Big blind spot syndrome. Clinical: symptoms: photosias, blurred vision signs: Disc swelling; white spots in t...Image
3 A202 Disc Swelling with Big Blind Spot SyndromeBlind spot larger than could be explained by visible disc edema. Reference: Fletcher WA, Imes RK, Goodman D, Hoyt WF. Acute idiopathic blind spot enlargement. A big blind spot disc edema. Arch Ophthalmol. 1988 Jan;106(1):44-9. Anatomy: Optic disc; Retina. Pathology: Unknown. Disease/ Diagnosis: Big ...Image
4 A203 Disc Swelling with Big Blind Spot SyndromeSlight inferior swelling in patient with grossly enlarged blind spot. 66 year old woman. Anatomy: Optic disc; Retina. Pathology: Unknown. Disease/ Diagnosis: Big blind spot syndrome. Clinical: symptoms: photopsias; blurred vision signs: disc swelling; white dots in the retina; enlarged blind spot on...Image
5 A301a Disc Swelling, Chorioretinal Diseasea and b same eye. Bad chorioretinal scars with disc swelling. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Unknown.Image
6 A302b Disc Swelling, Chorioretinal DiseaseBad chorioretinal scars with disc swelling. Temporal extent of chorioretinal scarring. A and B are the same eye. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Unknown.Image
7 A303 Disc Swelling, Chorioretinal DiseaseNeovascular net. Disc swelling with peripapillary neo-vascularization with subretinal hemorrhage. Anatomy: Optic disc; Retina.Image
8 A401Disc Swelling, Vitreous EffectsVitreopapillary haze. Cone of vitreous that has obscured the disc. Uveitis patient. Anatomy: Optic disc; Vitreous. Pathology: Vitreal contact with the optic disc. Disease/ Diagnosis: Vitreal traction on the disc? Clinical: Visual blurring in uveitis?¼igns: disc swelling; disc obscuration.Image
9 A402a Disc Swelling, Vitreous EffectsPosterior vitreous detachment with vitreo papillary adherence to the optic disc. See fluorescein angiogram A43b. Anatomy: Optic disc; Vitreous. Pathology: Posterior vitreous detachment with vitreo papillary adherence to the optic disc. Disease/ Diagnosis: Disc swelling due to vitreo papilary adheren...Image
10 A403b Disc Swelling, Vitreous EffectsFluorescein angiogram shows fluorescein leaking around entire disc where attachment of vitreous exists. Refers to A402a. Anatomy: Optic disc; Vitreous. Pathology: Disc swelling due to posterior vitreal detachment. Disease/ Diagnosis: Disc swelling due to posterior vitreal detachment. Clinical: float...Image
11 A404 Disc Swelling, Vitreous EffectsDisc elevation (swelling) and vitritis. Posterior vitreous detachment with vitritis. Incidental choroidal nevus. Anatomy: Optic disc; Vitreous; Retina. Pathology: Posterior vitreal detachment, disc swelling, and vitritis-horoidal nevus. Disease/ Diagnosis: Vitreal detachment from optic disc; choroid...Image
12 A405 Disc Swelling, Vitreous EffectsPrepapillary hemorrhage. Partial posterior vitreous detachment in myopic Asian patient. Reference: Katz B, Hoyt WF. Intrapapillary and peripapillary hemorrhage in young patients with incomplete posterior vitreous detachment. Signs of vitreopapillary traction. Ophthalmology. 1995 Feb;102(2):349-54. ...Image
13 A406 Disc Swelling, Vitreous EffectsPrepapillary hemorrhage. Partial posterior vitreous detachment in myopic Asian patient. Reference: Katz B, Hoyt WF. Intrapapillary and peripapillary hemorrhage in young patients with incomplete posterior vitreous detachment. Signs of vitreopapillary traction. Ophthalmology. 1995 Feb;102(2):349-54. A...Image
14 A407 Disc Swelling, Vitreous EffectsPrepapillary hemorrhage. Partial posterior vitreous detachment in myopic patient. Reference: Katz B, Hoyt WF. Intrapapillary and peripapillary hemorrhage in young patients with incomplete posterior vitreous detachment. Signs of vitreopapillary traction. Ophthalmology. 1995 Feb;102(2):349-54. Anatomy...Image
15 A408 Disc Swelling, Vitreous EffectsPrepapillary hemorrhage. Partial posterior vitreous detachment in myopic Asian patient. Reference: Katz B, Hoyt WF. Intrapapillary and peripapillary hemorrhage in young patients with incomplete posterior vitreous detachment. Signs of vitreopapillary traction. Ophthalmology. 1995 Feb;102(2):349-54. A...Image
16 A501 Disc Swelling, Pre-Ischemic SwellingPre AION swelling. Asymptomatic on October 8, 1985. Same patient as A5_2b. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to ischemia. Disease/ Diagnosis: Pre AION, Pre ischemic swelling. Clinical: Asymptomatic.Image
17 A502 Disc Swelling, Pre-Ischemic SwellingPre AION swelling. Cleared after 8 days. October 16, 1985. Disc swelling resolved. arterioles at 6:00 and 12:30 have focal narrowing. Patient did not lose vision. Same patient as A5_1a. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Normal. Disease/ Diagnosis: Resolved pre-AION swelling; Resolved pre ischemic swel...Image
18 A503 Disc Swelling, Pre-Ischemic SwellingPre-ischemic swelling. March 22, 1983. Same patient as A5_4d. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to ischemia. Disease/ Diagnosis: Pre-AION; Pre-ischemic swelling. Clinical: Asymptomatic.Image
19 A504 Disc Swelling, Pre-Ischemic SwellingAION with altitudinal visual loss. July 7, 1983. Same patient as A5_3c. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to ischemia. Disease/ Diagnosis: AION. Clinical: Altitudinal visual field loss due to AION.Image
20 B101 Disc Swelling, Ischemic Papillopathies, AIONPallid swelling in course of acute AION. 48 year old man who developed disc swelling after a flu like illness, then developed AION. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to ischemia. Disease/ Diagnosis: AION. Clinical: Visual loss after flu-like illness.Image
21 B102 Disc Swelling, Ischemic Papillopathies, AIONIschemic swelling. March 2, 1978. Same patient as B1_03. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to ischemia. Disease/ Diagnosis: AION. Clinical: Diabetic with optic disc swelling and visual loss.Image
22 B103 Disc Swelling, Ischemic Papillopathies, AIONIschemic swelling. 50 year old woman, 12 days after a viral illness. Nasal nerve fiber layer bundle visual field defect. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to ischemia. Disease/ Diagnosis: AION. Clinical: Visual loss after viral illness.Image
23 B104 Disc Swelling, Ischemic Papillopathies, AION.Ischemic swelling. 57 year old man. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to ischemia. Disease/ Diagnosis: AION. Clinical: Visual loss.Image
24 B105 Disc Swelling, Ischemic Papillopathies, AIONPallid ischemic swelling. 48 year old woman, flight attendant. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to ischemia. Disease/ Diagnosis: AION. Clinical: Visual loss.Image
25 B106 Disc Swelling, Ischemic Papillopathies, AIONRed ischemic swelling. 49 year old man. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to ischemia. Disease/ Diagnosis: AION. Clinical: Visual loss.Image
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