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1 Pigment epithelial hamartoma of optic discOptic disc tumor discovered incidentally in a 32 year old Asian woman who had no complaints about visual function in her involved left eye. Fundus slide shows granular elevation of left disc obscurring major disc vessels. Some of the granules has a shiny crystalline appearance. Near the vessel entra...Image
2 Pigment epithelial hamartoma of optic discOptic disc tumor discovered incidentally in a 32 year old Asian woman who had no complaints about visual function in her involved left eye. Fundus slide shows granular elevation of left disc obscurring major disc vessels. Some of the granules has a shiny crystalline appearance. Near the vessel entra...Image
3 Pigment epithelial hamartoma of optic discOptic disc tumor discovered incidentally in a 32 year old Asian woman who had no complaints about visual function in her involved left eye. Fundus slide shows granular elevation of left disc obscurring major disc vessels. Some of the granules has a shiny crystalline appearance. Near the vessel entra...Image
4 Bilateral PapilledemaLeft eye. Bilateral Papilledema in a patient with hyperthyroidism. Woman.Image
5 Bilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Bilateral Papilledema in a patient with hyperthyroidism. Woman.Image
6 Bilateral Severe Hemorrhagic PapilledemaRight eye. Bilateral hyperacute papilledema with rapid blindness associated with dural sinus occlusion. Both eyes were nearly blind. Young man.Image
7 Chronic papilledema due to brain tumor - resolvedRight eye - same as P_40a - follow up after 4 months. Chronic papilledema resolved after treatment showing residual atrophy.Image
8 Chronic papilledema due to brain tumorRight eye. Chronic papilledema wth white centrally located exudates in a man with hemispheric glioma.Image
9 Chronic papilledema due to brain tumorLeft eye. Chronic papilledema with white centrally located exudates in a man with hemispheric glioma.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 Post papilledema disc blurringRight eye. 8 year old boy. Post papilledema due to brain tumor. Note the entire peripapillary nerve fiber is blurred but the optic discs are barely elevated.Image
13 Papilledema with choroidal foldsChronic papilledema with choroidal folds. Frontal astrocytoma. Man.Image
14 Progression of papilledema due to metastatic melanomaRight eye at presentation. Early stage bilateral papilledema in a man. Rapid progression of bilateral papilledema due to metastatic occipital melanoma.Image
15 Progression of papilledema due to metastatic melanomaRight eye at presentation. Early stage bilateral papilledema in a man. Note increased papilledema. Rapid progression of papilledema due to occipital metastatic melanoma.Image
16 Progression of papilledema due to metastatic melanomaLeft eye at presentation. Early stage. Rapid progression of papilledema due to metastatic occipital melanoma.Image
17 Progression of papilledema due to metastatic melanomaRight eye. Rapid progression of papilledema due to metastatic occipital melanoma. Papilladema has increased so that it has almost filled in the optic cup.Image
18 Post papilledema disc blurringLeft eye. 8 year old boy. Post papilledema due to brain tumor. Note the entire peripapillary nerve fiber is blurred but the optic discs are barely elevated.Image
19 Asymmetrical Papilledema due to brain tumorRight eye. Early papilledema. Incipient papilledema barely recognizable. Early papilledema due to posterior fossa meningioma in a boy.Image
20 Post PapilledemaRight eye. Post Papilledema with minimal optic disc changes after treatment for temporal lobe glioma. Minimal optic disc haze.Image
21 Papillitis with macular star. Cat Scratch Disease.Proven Bartonella neuroretinitis. 23 year old man. Ocular disc edema with macular star (ODEMS)Image
22 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaDe Morsier synrome with congenital bitemporal hemianopia. Note nasal hypoplasia of both optic discs. Left eye above, right eye below.Image
23 Familial drusenRight eye: Mother with obvious optic nerve drusen. Note the blurred temporal margin where buried drusen can not be seen.; PP_11b: mother visible drusen; Buried drusen; lumpy disc. Combine with PP_1a & b and PP_2 (sons) and PP_11c (daughter)Image
24 Familial drusenLeft eye. PP_11b: Mother visible drusen; buried drusen; lumpy disc. PP_11a: Mother with obvious optic nerve drusen; Combine with PP_1a & b and PP_2 (sons) and PP_11c (daughter)Image
25 Visible drusen with visual field lossRight eye.16 year old girl: PP26a: Visible drusen with visual field loss. Notice the thinning of the nerve fibers in both the superior and inferior arcuate bundles. PP26b: buried drusen; PP26c: Goldmann visual field.Image
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