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1 Old central retinal artery occlusionOld central retinal artery occlusion without additional retinovascular signs, 1969Image
2 Acute Leber Optic NeuropathyPseudo edema with peripapillary microangiopathy in a brother of boy with Leber Optic Neuropathy. Not pale nerve yet. Right eye. Same patient as IE_02a and IE_02b. August 7, 1979.Image
3 Acute Leber Optic NeuropathyAcute Leber Optic Neuropathy. Formation of hemorrhage one year after IE_02a. At this time, he was beginning to lose central vision. .Note thinning of the nerve fiber layer temporally, 3:00 - 4:00 Pair with IE_02a. March 26, 1980.Image
4 Acute Leber Optic NeuropathyAcute stage of Leber optic neuropathy with microangiopathy and peripapillary nerve fiber layer thickening. The temporal nerve fiber layer is already showing atrophy. Central vision is grossly reduced. 1971Image
5 Glaucoma cupped discGlaucoma cupped disc with inferior temporal retinal nerve fiber layer defect. Vertically ovoid cup. 1974Image
6 Diffuse atrophyPrimary or retrograde optic atrophy. It occurs from any injury to an optic nerve in the orbit or within the skull. Diffuse optic atrophy and blindness from nerve compression by pituitary tumor. Black woman. 1974. Note that retrograde optic atrophy can be associated with narrowed retinal arterioles i...Image
7 Segmental Atrophy - AltitudinalSegmental optic atrophy - superior altitudinal. 55 year old man.1970. The cupping and the normal superior arteries are evidence against AION. Post ischemic, acquired.Image
8 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophy from right optic tract injurySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy from right optic tract injury. This eye has a nasal hemianopia. Its disc shows temporal pallor with an intact nasal nerve fiber layer. Pair with IIA2C_7bImage
9 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophy from right optic tract injurySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy from right optic tract injury. Left eye. Has temporal hemianopia with band atrophy. Note loss of nasal nerve fiber layer. Four and a half months after injury from intracranial pressure catheter. Pair with IIA2C_7aImage
10 Segmental Atrophy - TemporalSegmental Atrophy - Temporal - Nutritional Amblyopia (alcohol) Discs show bilateral temporal pallor with hyperemia of the remaining disc tissue - Pair with IIA2_02b. 1971Image
11 Segmental Atrophy - TemporalSegmental Atrophy - Temporal - Nutritional Amblyopia (alcohol) Discs show bilateral temporal pallor with hyperemia of the remaining disc tissue - Pair with IIA2_02a. 1971Image
12 Segmental Atrophy - TemporalSegmental Atrophy - Temporal pallor - Nutritional amblyopia (alcoholic). 1985. Right eye. Pair with IIA2_03bImage
13 Segmental Atrophy - TemporalSegmental Atrophy - Temporal - Nutritional amblyopia (alcoholic). 1985. Left eye. Pair with IIA2_03aImage
14 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerNeed magnification - Left eye - Inferior arcuate nerve fiber slits. Pairs with IIB2_01b & IIB2_01c.Image
15 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerNeed magnification - Left eye - Inferior arcuate nerve fiber slits. Pairs with IIB2_01a & IIB2_01c.Image
16 Ocular HypertensionNeed color work to show superior slit 1972. Right eye. Ocular hypertension. No field defect recognized.Image
17 Ocular Hypertension1972. Right eye. Ocular hypertension. No field defect recognized. Pair with IIB1b & cImage
18 Ocular HypertensionMultiple slit defects in the upper arcuate bundles. 1972Image
19 Ocular HypertensionMultiple slit like defects in the upper arcuate nerve bundles. 1971Image
20 Ocular HypertensionChronic simple glaucoma. 1976. Note slits in upper arcuate nerve fiber layer. Pair with IIB3_3bImage
21 Ocular HypertensionChronic simple glaucoma. 1976. Magnified of IIB3_3a. Note slits in upper arcuate nerve fiber layer. Pair with IIB3_3aImage
22 Ocular HypertensionThere is an argument about whether this is a pseudo nerve fiber layer defect, because defect does not reach the disc. The vessels transversing the defect are not exposed and there is no change in the visual field and no other slit like defects.Image
23 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaJune 1977, continued disc swelling.Image
24 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaOctober 1977, continued disc swelling.Image
25 Atrophy with optociliary veins1994, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma, right eye, Optociliary vein dumping into disc edge at 4:00Image
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