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276 Calcific retinal emboliCalcific retinal emboli. There is a round gray embolus occluding the superior temporal branch of the retinal artery. Note that the blood column is absent in the superior temporal retinal artery for a short distance off of the disc margin. Note that two collateral branches now fill the distal tempora...Image
277 Bilateral PapilledemaLeft eye. Bilateral Papilledema with hypoparathyroidism. Woman.Image
278 Bilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Bilateral Papilledema with hypoparathyroidism. Woman.Image
279 Unilateral papilledemaUnilateral papilledema in Pseudotumor cerebri in patient with elevated intracranial pressure. Right eye.Image
280 Unilateral PapilledemaUnilateral papilledema in Pseudotumor cerebri in patient with elevated intracranial pressure. Left eye. Has no optic cup. Disc is flat.Image
281 Ischemic complication of drusenPP30a: right eye--buried drusen; PP30b: buried drusen with anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (AION) from complication of drusen of left eye. Ischemic complication of drusen in left eye. PP30c: 3 month follow-up: narrowed arterioles slightly pale disc with buried drusen.Image
282 Ischemic complication of drusenPP30a: right eye--buried drusen; PP3-b: buried drusen with anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (AION) from complication of drusen of left eye. Ischemic complication of drusen in left eye. PP30c: 3 month follow-up: narrowed arterioles slightly pale disc with buried drusen.Image
283 Ischemic complication of drusenPP30a: right eye--buried drusen; PP30b: buried drusen with anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (AION) from complication of drusen of left eye. Ischemic complication of drusen in left eye. PP30c: 3 month follow-up: narrowed arterioles slightly pale disc with buried drusen.Image
284 Papillitis with macular star. Cat Scratch Disease.Proven Bartonella neuroretinitis. Woman.Image
285 Calcific retinal emboliCalcific retinal emboli. This fundus shows two calcific emboli in the retinal arteriole tree. The embolus at the end of the disc has caused a retinal infarction and the embolus above the optic disc has also caused a retinal infarction. Note that these white emboli stick in the retinal vessel in mids...Image
286 Congenital retinal cerebral degenerationCongenital retinal blindness due to cerebral degeneration syndrome. Optic disc pallor with arteriolar attenuation. Pair with R2_B1_1b.Image
287 Congenital retinal cerebral degenerationCongenital retinal blindness due to cerebral degeneration syndrome. Granular retinal pigmentary degeneration. Pair with R2_B1_1a.Image
288 Cerebral macular degenerationCerebral macular degeneration in a 7 year old boy with blindness. Rectal biopsy positive for storage material. Nature of cerebral degeneration was not defined in era when picture was taken. Sister also had similar findings.Image
289 PanhypoplasiaSevere hypoplasia. Right eye. Boy. Good example of double ring sign.Image
290 Unilateral PapilledemaUnilateral papilledema in Pseudotumor cerebri in patient with elevated intracranial pressure. Right eye.Image
291 Unilateral PapilledemaUnilateral papilledema in Pseudotumor cerebri in patient with elevated intracranial pressure. Left eye. Has no optic cup. Disc is flat.Image
292 Tuberous SclerosisTuberous Sclerosis. Astrocytic hamartoma of the optic disc.Image
293 Pits of the optic discCentral optic pit. Left eye.Image
294 Retinal signs of atheromatous embolizationRetinal signs of atheromatous embolization. Branch retinal artery occlusion from atheromatous debris. Note gray areas of retina including the macula indicating infarction.Image
295 Retinal signs of atheromatous embolizationRetinal signs of atheromatous embolization. Central retinal artery occlusion at the level of the optic disc. The embolus that caused it can not be seen.Image
296 Retinal signs of atheromatous embolizationRetinal signs of atheromatous embolization. Cholesterol embolization causing capillary bleeding.Image
297 Retinal degeneration associated with spastic paraplegia.Retinal pigmentary degeneration concentrated around the optic discs in a patient with spastic paraplegia. Inverted retinitis pigmentosa where bone spicules are concentrated around the disc and maculae instead of the periphery. Left eye.Image
298 Retinal degeneration associated with spastic paraplegia.Retinal pigmentary degeneration concentrated around the optic discs in a patient with spastic paraplegia. Inverted retinitis pigmentosa where bone spicules are concentrated around the disc and maculae instead of the periphery. Right eye.Image
299 Multifocal choroidopathyMultifocal choroidopathy in a patient with uveitis.Image
300 Multifocal choroidopathyMultifocal choroidopathy in a patient with uveitis.Image
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