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1 "Empty Disc"Right eye. All cilioretinal fundus. No central retinal artery. Handmann anomaly. Frequently associated with renal dysplasia. Pair with C_22 an C_23. Reference: Barroso LH, Hoyt WF, Narahara M. Can the arterial supply of the retina in man be exclusively cilioretinal? J Neuroophthalmol. 1994 Jun;14(2...Image
2 "Empty Disc"Left eye. All cilioretinal fundus. No central retinal artery. Handmann anomaly. Frequently associated with renal dysplasia. Pair with C_21 an C_23. Reference: Barroso LH, Hoyt WF, Narahara M. Can the arterial supply of the retina in man be exclusively cilioretinal? J Neuroophthalmol. 1994 Jun;14(2)...Image
3 "Empty Disc"Father of patient in C_21 and C_22. Father has central retinal artery, multiple cilioretinal arteries and had previously unsuspected renal failure. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Reference: Parsa,CF et al. Ophthalmology. 2001. 108(4): 738-49Barroso LH, Hoyt WF, Narahara M. Can the arterial supply of ...Image
4 "Empty Disc"Right eye. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Same patient as C_32.Image
5 "Empty Disc"Left eye. Multiple cilioretinal arteries. Child of C_25Image
6 "Empty Disc"Right eye. Multiple cilioretinal arteries. Visual function normal. Father of C_24.Image
7 "Empty Disc"Right eye. Multiple cilioretinal arteries. Patient had dysplastic kidneys. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Hand motion vision. 17 year old girl.Image
8 "Empty Disc"Multiple cilioretinal arteries. Chronic interstitial nephritis. Renal and optic disc dysplasia. Papilorenal Syndrome (PRS). No central retinal artery.Image
9 "Empty Disc"Left eye. Woman. Multiple cilioretinal vessels. Visual function normal.Image
10 "Empty Disc"Left eye. Papilorenal Syndrome (PRS). Pair with C_30.Image
11 "Empty Disc"Right eye. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Pair with C_29.Image
12 "Empty Disc"Left eye. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Same patient as C_31Image
13 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc. 11 year old girl. May not have a central retinal artery.Image
14 "Morning Glory" discBilateral "Morning Glory" disc. Right eye. Man. Pair with C_20.Image
15 "Morning Glory" discBilateral "Morning Glory" disc. Left eye. Man. Pair with C_19.Image
16 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc. Patient 11 year old.Image
17 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc with peripapillary choroidal defect extending inferiorly. Patient has transphenoidal encephalocele. Note tapering edge like an arrow pointing to patient's basal encephalocele and cleft palate. Reference: Brodsky MC, Hoyt WF, Hoyt CS, Miller NR, Lam BL. Atypical retinochoroidal ...Image
18 "Morning Glory" discIsolated "Morning Glory". Left eye. Girl.Image
19 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc. Note tapering edge pointing to patient's transphenoidal encephalocele. Reference: Brodsky MC, Hoyt WF, Hoyt CS, Miller NR, Lam BL. Atypical retinochoroidal coloboma in patients with dysplastic optic discs and transphenoidal encephalocele Arch Ophthalmol. 1995 May;113(5):624-8.Image
20 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc. Note tapering edge pointing to basal encephalocele. Boy.Image
21 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc. CT normal.Image
22 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc. 6 month old baby.Image
23 "Nettleship collaterals", a result of calcific embolization of the central retinal arteryResult of calcific embolization of the central retinal artery. The embolus itself can not be seen within the tissue of the optic disc. Numerous chorio-retino collaterals are filling the branches of a central retinal artery. Such an eye is always blind. These collaterals indicate that the patient pro...Image
24 A101 Disc swelling due to intraocular hypotensionOcular hypotension following lens replacement surgery. Retinal/macular foldsImage
25 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.Image
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