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26 A203 Disc swelling with Big Blind Spot SyndromeSlight inferior swelling in patient with grossly enlarged blind spot. 66 year old woman.Image
27 A301a Disc swelling. Chorioretinal diseasea and b same eye. Bad chorioretinal scars with disc swelling.Image
28 A302b Disc swelling. Chorioretinal diseaseBad chorioretinal scars with disc swelling. Temporal extent of chorioretinal scarring. A and B are the same eye.Image
29 A303 Disc swelling. Chorioretinal diseaseNeovascular net. Disc swelling with peripapillary neo-vascularization with subretinal hemorrhage.Image
30 A402a Disc swelling. Vitreous effectsPosterior vitreous detachment with vitreo papillary adherence to the optic disc. See fluorescein angiogram A43bImage
31 A403b Disc swelling. Vitreous effectsFluorescein angiogram shows fluorescein leaking around entire disc where attachment of vitreous exists. Refers to A402aImage
32 A404 Disc swelling. Vitreous effectsDisc elevation (swelling) and vitritis. Posterior vitreous detachment with vitritis. Incidental choroidal nevus.Image
33 Acute disc swellingChinese man with acute disc swelling. Blind in both eyes. Had large thalamic mass. (Lymphoma)Image
34 Acute Leber Optic NeuropathyPseudo edema with peripapillary microangiopathy in a brother of boy with Leber Optic Neuropathy. Not pale nerve yet. Right eye. Same patient as IE_02a and IE_02b. August 7, 1979.Image
35 Acute Leber Optic NeuropathyAcute Leber Optic Neuropathy. Formation of hemorrhage one year after IE_02a. At this time, he was beginning to lose central vision. .Note thinning of the nerve fiber layer temporally, 3:00 - 4:00 Pair with IE_02a. March 26, 1980.Image
36 Acute Leber Optic NeuropathyAcute stage of Leber optic neuropathy with microangiopathy and peripapillary nerve fiber layer thickening. The temporal nerve fiber layer is already showing atrophy. Central vision is grossly reduced. 1971Image
37 Acute Leber Optic NeuropathyAcute Leber Optic Neuropathy, Left eye. Same patient as IE_01 and IE_02b. August 7, 1979.Image
38 Acute Leber Optic NeuropathyMicroangiopathy without visual loss in a patient with acute Leber's optic neuropathy in the left eye. Pair with IE_05.Image
39 Acute Leber Optic NeuropathyPatient has just begun to lose vision in his left eye due to Leber's optic neuropathy. Pair with IE_04.Image
40 Acute Leber Optic NeuropathySubacute stage of Leber's Optic Neuropathy showing microangiopathy showing temporal pallor. Atrophy more advanced in left eye (12b) 1971, right eye.Image
41 Anomalous pale discWoman. Multiple cilioretinal arteries. Veins all empty into eye. Anomalous venous exit from nasal edge of optic disc. Visual function normal. Pair with C_36.Image
42 Anomalous pale discMultiple cilioretinal arteries. Pale appearance. Normal optic nerve function. Good example of ""empty disc"". Pair with C_33Image
43 Anomalous pale discMultiple cilioretinal arteries. Anomalous venous exit from nasal edge of optic disc (Vein of Kraupa). Visual function normal.Image
44 Anomalous pale discMacro disc appears pale because of large diameter. Woman. Right eye.Image
45 Anomalous pale disc"Watermelon" disc. Woman. Normal function. Left eye.Image
46 Anomalous pale discMegalopapilla in -8 myopic eye. Right eye.Image
47 Asymmetric papilledema with choroidal foldsRight eye shows papilledema. Asymmetric papilledema with choroidal folds. Bilateral choroidal folds from elevated intracranial pressure.Image
48 Asymmetric papilledema with choroidal foldsLeft eye. Choroidal folds with no papilledema. Asymmetric papilledema with choroidal folds. Bilateral choroidal folds from elevated intracranial pressure. 52aImage
49 Asymmetrical Papilledema due to brain tumorLeft eye. Early papilledema. Clearly has papilledema. Early papilledema to posterior fossa meningioma in a boy.Image
50 Asymmetrical Papilledema due to brain tumorRight eye. Early papilledema. Incipient papilledema barely recognizable. Early papilledema due to posterior fossa meningioma in a boy.Image
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