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276 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
277 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
278 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.Image
279 Drusen plus papilledemaPP37a: right swollen disc on top of drusen with narrowing of the arterioles; PP37b: left visible drusen and papilledema with sub-retinal hemorrhage temporally. Patient had frontal glioblastoma.Image
280 Drusen plus papilledemaPP37a: right swollen disc on top of drusen with narrowing of the arterioles;PP37 b: left visible drusen and papilledema with sub-retinal hemorrhage temporally. Patient had frontal glioblastoma.Image
281 Drusen with horizontal retinal foldsPP35a: Right eye. Buried drusen. PP35b: Left eye. Buried drusen with retinal folds. 21 year old woman.Image
282 Drusen with horizontal retinal foldsPP35: Right eye. Buried drusen. PP35b: Left eye. Buried drusen with retinal folds. 21 year old woman.Image
283 Drusen with sub-retinal neovascular netBuried drusen with sub-retinal neovascular net. There may be retinoschisis as well.Image
284 Drusen with vertical retinal foldsPP36a & b: Both left eye: Buried drusen. Note vertical retinal folds.Image
285 Drusen with vertical retinal foldsPP36a & b:Both left eye: Buried drusen. Note vertical retinal folds.Image
286 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels. Left eye. Hypoplasia with central glial tissue remnant. Japanese girl. Same patient as H_24.Image
287 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels. Right eye. Hypoplastic with dysplasia. Japanese girl. Same patient as H_23.Image
288 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Right eye. Elevated dysplasia with anomalous blood vessel pattern and peri-papillary choroidal malformation. Same patient as H_26.Image
289 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Left eye. Dysplasia with grossly anomalous vascular pattern. Elevated dysplasia. Same patient as H_25.Image
290 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Right eye. Elevated hypoplastic dysplasia with anomalous vessels. Same patient as H_28.Image
291 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Left eye. Elevated hypoplastic dysplasia with tortuous anomalous vessels. Same patient as H_27.Image
292 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Right eye. Dysplasia with anomalous cilioretinal arterioles. Central retinal artery may be absent. Same patient as H_30.Image
293 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Left eye. Elevated dysplasia with anomalous cilioretinal vessels. Central retinal artery may be absent. Same patient as H_29.Image
294 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Left eye. 26 year old man. Dysplasia with hypoplasia. Father of patient in H_32. Same patient as H_10. Son of patient in H_11 an H_12.Image
295 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Left eye. 6 year old boy. Severe dysplasia. Elevated dysplasia with medullated (myelinated) nerve fibers and anomalous vessels. Son of patient in H_31 and H_10. Grandson of patient in H_11 an H_12.Image
296 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Left eye. Elevated dysplasia, hypoplasia. Pseudo papilledema. Woman. Congenital optociliary bypass at 7:00.Image
297 Early Papilledema due to brain tumor - resolvingLeft eye. Same eye as P_34a. One month post op, papilledema resolving. Boy.Image
298 Early papilledema due to tumorLeft eye. Asymmetric Papilledema with posterior fossa hemangioblastoma. Left - moderate papilledema. Blurring of disc. Young man.Image
299 End stage Leber Optic NeuropathyEnd stage Leber's Optic Neuropathy. Note modest arteriolar narrowing. Note also the generalized pallor of the disc. Microangiopathy is no longer visible. Right eye. Pair with 13b.Image
300 End stage Leber Optic NeuropathyEnd stage Leber's Optic Neuropathy. Note modest arteriolar narrowing. Note also the generalized pallor of the disc. Microangiopathy is no longer visible. Left eye. Pair with 13aImage
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