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351 Low tension glaucomaLow tension glaucoma. Followed. Inferior arcuate field defect has expanded upward. Note increase in atrophy and cupping in inferior temporal disc. Pair with IF1_11a, b, d. Right eye. 1990Image
352 Luetic papillopathy (Gumma of the optic disc)Diffuse optic disc swelling with tortuous capillary dilations indicating inflammatory cellular infiltration. October 2001. Same eye as C4_02.Image
353 Luetic papillopathy (Gumma of the optic disc)November 2001. Same eye as C4_01 after treatment with penicillin. Disc swelling went away and good visual function returned.Image
354 Luetic papillopathy (Gumma of the optic disc)40 year old man with AIDS and neurosyphillis with severe visual field defect. The disc is pale and swollen and its arteries are strikingly narrowed (syphillitic vasculitis).Image
355 Macular cherry red spots in Niemann Pick diseaseMacular cherry red spots in Niemann Pick disease. Same patient as R2A2b.Image
356 Macular cherry red spots in Niemann Pick diseaseClose up view of macular cherry red spots in Niemann Pick disease. Same patient as R2A2a.Image
357 Macular cherry red spots in Tay Sachs diseaseMacular cherry red spots in patient with Tay Sachs disease.Image
358 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
359 Medullated nerve fibers with papilledemaRight eye. Papilledema superimposed upon medullated nerve fibers. Man with metastatic gastric carcinoma.Image
360 Medullated nerve fibers with papilledemaLeft eye. papilledema only. Man with metastatic gastric carcinoma.Image
361 Metastatic breast cancer to the disc.Metastatic breast cancer to the disc. Notice mass on inferior portion of disc. Also notice tangled capillary dilation within the mass indicating infiltration. This disc tumor was radiated. It disappeared leaving a pale flat atrophic nerve. The patient died. Histologic study of the eye revealed metas...Image
362 Multifocal choroidopathyMultifocal choroidopathy in a patient with uveitis.Image
363 Multifocal choroidopathyMultifocal choroidopathy in a patient with uveitis.Image
364 Multifocal choroidopathyMultifocal choroidopathy in a patient with uveitis.Image
365 Multifocal choroidopathyMultifocal choroidopathy in a patient with uveitis.Image
366 Multifocal choroidopathyMultifocal choroidopathy in a patient with uveitis.Image
367 Multifocal choroidopathyMultifocal choroidopathy in a patient with uveitis.Image
368 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerMultiple slit defect in the superior arcuate nerve fiber layer.Image
369 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerNeed magnification - Left eye - Inferior arcuate nerve fiber slits. Pairs with IIB2_01b & IIB2_01c.Image
370 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerNeed magnification - Left eye - Inferior arcuate nerve fiber slits. Pairs with IIB2_01a & IIB2_01c.Image
371 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerNeed magnification - Left eye - Peculiar punctate dotted surface of internal limiting membrane reflexes. Pairs with IIB2_01a & IIB2_02b.Image
372 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerLeft eye. Upper arcuate nerve fiber layer contains multiple low density slits. These indicate nerve fiber loss.Image
373 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerMultiple slit like defects in the inferior arcuate nerve fibers. Pair with IIB2_3bImage
374 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerMultiple slit and wedge defects in the nerve fiber layer. Pair with IIB2_3aImage
375 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerMultiple slit defect in the superior arcuate nerve fiber layer.Image
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