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226 Papilledema due to brain tumor - natural historyLeft eye at 25 months after presentation. Atrophy is more profound in both eyes. Papilledema due to brain tumor - 3 year natural history. Patient refused treatment. Man.Image
227 Papilledema due to brain tumor - natural historyRight eye at presentation. Papilledema due to acoustic neuronoma(tumor)- 3 year natural history. Patient refused treatment. Man.Image
228 Papilledema due to brain tumor - natural historyRight eye 23 months after presentation. Atrophy is replacing papilledema in both eyes. Papilledema due to brain tumor - 3 year natural history. Patient refused treatment. Man.Image
229 Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal collateralsLeft eye, 1988, Central retinal artery with cilioretinal collaterals due to calcific embolic behind the lamina cribrosa due to calcific valvular heart disease. Collaterals have been called ""Nettleship Collaterals"", recognizing the British physician who first described them in 1892Image
230 Quinine toxicity (amblyopia)Quinine toxicity (amblyopia), 1971, blind eye, note diffuse arteriole narrowing and optic nerve pallor.
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231 PanhypoplasiaRight eye. Normal eye. Girl. Same patient as H_3.Image
232 PanhypoplasiaMRI Scan, coronal view showing absence of septum pellucidum. Hypoplastic chiasm. De Morsier's syndrome. Same patient as H_6.Image
233 PanhypoplasiaSevere hypoplasia. Right eye. Boy. Good example of double ring sign.Image
234 Progressive optic disc swelling with optic gliomaProgressive optic disc swelling with optic glioma. Left eye. Woman with optic disc swelling. April 1969. Same patient as F2b_03 and F2b_04Image
235 Progressive optic disc swelling with optic gliomaProgressive optic disc swelling with optic glioma. Left eye. Woman with optic disc swelling. Edema is becoming pale. May 1969. Same patient as F2b_02 and F2b_04Image
236 Progressive optic disc swelling with optic gliomaProgressive optic disc swelling with optic glioma. Left eye. Woman with optic disc swelling. Entire disc obscured by overlying edema and hemorrhage. Blind in 3 months. This series illustrates a progressive infarction of the optic disc adjacent to an optic disc glioma. June 1969. Same patient as F2b_...Image
237 Optic disc swelling from malignant optic nerve gliomaMalignant optic nerve glioma of adulthood with blindness and optic disc edema. Right image shows white material extruded from the swollen optic disc. This material is myelin being squeezed into the eye from the nerve infarction. Autopsy specimen of this eye shown in F2b_10. Reference: Hoyt WF, Meshe...Image
238 Malignant optic nerve glioma, gross pathologic specimenPathologic specimen of optic nerve glioma shown in slide F2b_09. White material on top of swollen disc is myelin. Reference: Hoyt WF, Meshel LG, Lessell S, Schatz NJ, Suckling RD. Malignant optic glioma of adulthood. Brain. 1973;96(1):121-32.Image
239 Disc swelling with central vein occlusionLeft eye. Central retinal vein occlusion with disc swelling.Image
240 Vascular disc anomalies - prepapillary arterial loopPrepapillary arterial loops. 36 year old woman.Image
241 Vascular disc anomalies - prepapillary arterial loopSmall central prepapillary arterial loop. 30 year old woman.Image
242 Vascular disc anomalies - prepapillary arterial loopPrepapillary arterial loop arising typically from the inferior retinal arterioles and projecting forward into the vitreous. 42 year old patient.Image
243 Vascular disc anomalies - prepapillary arterial loopMultiple prepapillary arterial loops involving superior and inferior retinal arterioles.Image
244 Optic nerve sheath meningiomaOptic disc swelling due to meningioma. Notice choroidal folds through the macula of left eye.Image
245 Optic nerve sheath meningiomaOptic nerve meningioma of right optic nerve. Progressive visual field loss. Notice macular star and ""cotton wool"" spots.Image
246 Intracavernous meningioma extending into the orbitIntracavernous meningioma extending into the orbit. Female patient.Image
247 Disc swelling due to metastatic breast cancerUnilateral disc swelling with retinal folds due to metastatic breast cancer. Apparent enophthalmus.Image
248 Inferior segmental optic hypoplasia (ISOH)ISOH. Superior visual field defect. Inferior choroidal crescent.Image
249 Inferior segmental optic hypoplasia (ISOH)ISOH with inferior choroidal crescent. Patient had superior visual field defect.Image
250 Inferior segmental optic hypoplasia (ISOH)ISOHImage
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