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26 Atrophy with optociliary veins1971, left eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma, notice how vein dumps into adjacent choroid at 3:00. The darker venous blood can be seen at the disc edge.Image
27 Atrophy with optociliary veins1974, left eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma, blind eye. Optociliary bypass veins in the nasal disc tissue.Image
28 Atrophy with optociliary veins1981, right eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma with optociliary bypass vein. Notice horizontal choroidal folds in the retina from posterior tumor pressure.Image
29 Atrophy with optociliary veins1971, right eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma with optociliary bypass veins on the upper half of the disc.Image
30 Atrophy with optociliary veins1979, left eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma with optociliary bypass veins.Image
31 Atrophy with optociliary veinsleft eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaImage
32 Atrophy with optociliary veins1996, left eye. Chronic pale optic nerve swelling with optociliary bypass veins produced by perioptic nerve sheath meningioma.Image
33 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaApril 1975, Normal eye, macular degeneration.Image
34 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaJanuary 1977, macular degeneration, disc swelling begins.Image
35 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaFebruary 1979, development of optociliary veins at 7:00, 1:00.Image
36 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
37 Evolution of optociliary veins with perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaApril 1980, prominent atrophy and increased numbers of optociliary veinsImage
38 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc. 11 year old girl. May not have a central retinal artery.Image
39 "Empty Disc"Right eye. All cilioretinal fundus. No central retinal artery. Handmann anomaly. Frequently associated with renal dysplasia. Pair with C_22 an C_23. Reference: Barroso LH, Hoyt WF, Narahara M. Can the arterial supply of the retina in man be exclusively cilioretinal? J Neuroophthalmol. 1994 Jun;14(2...Image
40 "Empty Disc"Left eye. All cilioretinal fundus. No central retinal artery. Handmann anomaly. Frequently associated with renal dysplasia. Pair with C_21 an C_23. Reference: Barroso LH, Hoyt WF, Narahara M. Can the arterial supply of the retina in man be exclusively cilioretinal? J Neuroophthalmol. 1994 Jun;14(2)...Image
41 "Empty Disc"Father of patient in C_21 and C_22. Father has central retinal artery, multiple cilioretinal arteries and had previously unsuspected renal failure. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Reference: Parsa,CF et al. Ophthalmology. 2001. 108(4): 738-49Barroso LH, Hoyt WF, Narahara M. Can the arterial supply of ...Image
42 "Empty Disc"Right eye. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Same patient as C_32.Image
43 Papillitis with macular star. Cat Scratch Disease.Proven Bartonella neuroretinitis.Image
44 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
45 Disc swelling with central vein occlusion37 year old black male with sickle cell C causing unilateral central retinal vien occlusion.Image
46 EvulsionPartial evulsion of the right optic nerve. Notice what is left of superior optic nerve.Image
47 Traumatic AIONTraumatic vitreopapillary evulsion (traumatic AION). Traumatic AION from evulsion of the vitreopapillary adhesion. Leakage on disc surface where vitreous was adherent. Pair with G2_9bImage
48 Traumatic AIONTraumatic vitreopapillary evulsion (traumatic AION). Fluorescein angiogram shows petal shaped avascular zones on the surface of the disc.. Pair with G2_8aImage
49 Retinocerebral arteriovenous malformation ( Wyburn Mason Syndrome)Florid arteriovenous malformation of the optic disc and surrounding retina, Caput medusa (Cross reference with V12-28 this section)Image
50 Retinocerebral arteriovenous malformation ( Wyburn Mason Syndrome)Retinocerebral arteriovenous malformation showing multiple arteriovenous shunts, both small and large. (Cross reference with V12-28 this section)Image
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