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301 End stage Leber Optic NeuropathyEnd stage Leber's Optic Neuropathy. Dense temporal pallor. Microangiopathy is absent. Right eye. Pair with 14b.Image
302 End stage Leber Optic NeuropathyEnd stage Leber's Optic Neuropathy. Dense temporal pallor. Microangiopathy is absent. Left eye. Pair with 14a.Image
303 End stage Leber Optic NeuropathyEnd stage Leber's Optic Neuropathy. Severe diffuse pallor. Right eye. Pair with 15bImage
304 End stage Leber Optic NeuropathyEnd stage Leber's Optic Neuropathy. Severe diffuse pallor. Left eye. Pair with 15aImage
305 Esthesio neuroblastomaEsthesioneuroblastoma. Tumor cells infiltrating the optic disc. 20/200 vision.Image
306 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaJune 1977, continued disc swelling.Image
307 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaOctober 1977, continued disc swelling.Image
308 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaApril 1975, Normal eye, macular degeneration.Image
309 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaJanuary 1977, macular degeneration, disc swelling begins.Image
310 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaFebruary 1979, development of optociliary veins at 7:00, 1:00.Image
311 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaAugust 1979, less disc swelling and development of atrophy with more prominent optociliary veins at 7:00 and 1:00.Image
312 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaApril 1980, prominent atrophy and increased numbers of optociliary veinsImage
313 EvulsionBB injury of the optic nerve with traumatic evulsion. The missile went through the eyeball and hit the optic disc.Image
314 EvulsionPartial evulsion of the left optic nerve.Image
315 EvulsionPartial evulsion of the right optic nerve. Notice what is left of superior optic nerve.Image
316 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
317 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
318 Familial drusenPP11c: daughter: buried drusen; lumpy disc. Combine with PP1a & b and PP2 (brothers) and PP11a & b (mother)Image
319 Glaucoma cupped discGlaucoma cupped disc with inferior temporal retinal nerve fiber layer defect. Vertically ovoid cup. 1974Image
320 Glaucoma cupped discGlaucoma cupped disc. Note dark slits in the upper arcuate retinal nerve fibers.Image
321 Glaucoma cupped discGlaucoma cupped disc. Note inferior extension of the optic cup, thinning of the neuroglial rim at 5:00 and inferior sector defect in the retinal nerve fiber layer.Image
322 Hemorrhagic complication of drusenPP31a, left and PP31, right taken in April. PP31c: left taken after an interval of 2 months. Hemorrhage. Hemorrhagic complications of drusen. 15 year old boy.Image
323 Hemorrhagic complication of drusenPP31a, left and PP31, right taken in April. PP31c: left taken after an interval of 2 months. Hemorrhage. Hemorrhagic complications of drusen. 15 year old boy.Image
324 Hemorrhagic complication of drusenPP31a, left and PP31, right taken in April. PP31c: left taken after an interval of 2 months. Hemorrhage. Hemorrhagic complications of drusen. 15 year old boy.Image
325 Hereditary macular degenerative disease with spastic paraplegiaHereditary macular degenerative disease with Patient has spastic paraplegia associated with hereditary macular degenerative disease.Image
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