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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 Atrophy with optociliary veins1974, left eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma, blind eye. Optociliary bypass veins in the nasal disc tissue.Image
21 Atrophy with optociliary veins1981, right eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma with optociliary bypass vein. Notice horizontal choroidal folds in the retina from posterior tumor pressure.Image
22 Atrophy with optociliary veins1971, right eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma with optociliary bypass veins on the upper half of the disc.Image
23 Atrophy with optociliary veins1979, left eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma with optociliary bypass veins.Image
24 Atrophy with optociliary veinsleft eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaImage
25 Atrophy with optociliary veins1996, left eye. Chronic pale optic nerve swelling with optociliary bypass veins produced by perioptic nerve sheath meningioma.Image
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