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26 Bilateral Hemorrhagic Papilledema from saggital sinus thrombosisLeft eye. 20 year old woman on oral contraceptives. Bilateral hemorrhagic Papilledema from sagittal sinus thrombosis.Image
27 Post papilledema, secondary optic atrophyRight eye. Post papilledema with chronic gliosis. arterial narrowing. ""high-water"" marks. Man.Image
28 Visible drusen with visual field lossRight eye.16 year old girl: PP26a: Visible drusen with visual field loss. Notice the thinning of the nerve fibers in both the superior and inferior arcuate bundles. PP26b: buried drusen; PP26c: Goldmann visual field.Image
29 Visible drusen with visual field lossLeft eye.16 year old girl: PP26b: buried drusen at the lower pole of the disc; PP26a: Visible drusen with visual field loss. Notice the thinning of the nerve fibers in both the superior and inferior arcuate bundles. PP26c: Goldmann visual field.Image
30 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesDisc edge veins of Kraupa in 14 year old boy.Image
31 Pits of the optic discRight eye. Temporal pit. 6 year old with see-saw nystagmus.Image
32 Pits of the optic discLeft eye. Large cavitary anomaly (pit). Man. 20/100 visual acuity. Superior nasal visual field defect. May not have a central retinal artery.Image
33 Venous anomalies - Prepapillary venous convolutionsSub-retinal and prepapillary venous convolutions - congenital. Edge vein. Large vein draining subretinally into the choroid.Image
34 Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal collateralsRight eye, 1991, Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal collateral occlusions due to calcific embolic occlusion behind the lamina cribrosa due to calcific valvular heart disease. Collaterals have been called "Nettleship Collaterals", recognizing the British physician who first described ...Image
35 Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal collateralsRight eye, 1982, Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal collateral occlusions due to calcific embolic occlusion behind the lamina cribrosa due to calcific valvular heart disease. Collaterals have been called "Nettleship Collaterals", recognizing the British physician who first described ...Image
36 PanhypoplasiaRight eye. Distinctive septo-optic dysplasia.Hypoplasia of the optic nerve. Left eye normal. Amblyopic right eye. 24 year old woman.Image
37 PanhypoplasiaBilateral hypoplasia. Top is Right eye - moderate. Bottom is Left eye - severe. Note venous tortuosity. Good example of double ring sign. De Morsier's syndrome.Septo-optic dysplasia. Same patient as H_7.Image
38 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Tilted (dysverted) discTilted (dysverted) disc in patient with high myopia. Note inferior nasal crescents with accompanying segmental hypoplasia. Man with bitemporal visual field defect.Image
39 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Tilted (dysverted) discRight eye. Man with tilted (dysverted) disc with inferior nasal crescent and high myopia. Same patient as H_39.Image
40 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Tilted (dysverted) discVisual field of patient in H_38 showing upper temporal field depression caused by inferior nasal hypoplasia.Image
41 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Tilted (dysverted) disc60 year old woman with incidental bitemporal visual field depression. Extreme tilting of optic disc with inferior nasal segmental hypoplasia. Nasal retinal ectasia. Same patient as H_41.Image
42 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Tilted (dysverted) discCT scan of patient in H_40 showing marked nasal ectasia of the eyeballs. CT scan shows obliquely inserted optic nerves and marked nasal dysplasia of the eyeballsImage
43 Venous anomalies - Congenital venous tortuosityCongenital venous tortuosity in a young girl with a cerebral arteriovenous malformation (AVM). Same eye as V_55. This does not represent a Wyburn-Mason Syndrome. It was a congenital retinal venous anomaly, not a retinal AVM.Image
44 Anomalous pale discMegalopapilla in -8 myopic eye. Right eye.Image
45 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaDiscs show striking nasal hypoplasia and band atrophy. DeMorsier synrome. Congenital bitemporal hemianopia with see-saw nystagmus. Note vertically oral shape of these hypoplastic nerves. The CT scan showed the median bar of the chiasm in this patient is totally hypoplastic.Image
46 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaCongenital bitemporal hemianopia with marked bi-nasal hypoplasia. Right eye. 17 year old male. Same patient as H_84.Image
47 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaCongenital bitemporal hemianopia with nasal hypoplasia. 24 year old man. Same patient as H_87.Image
48 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaCongenital bitemporal hemianopia with nasal hypoplasia. 24 year old man. Same patient as H_86.Image
49 PanhypoplasiaMild hypoplasia with dysplasia in right eye. Right eye. Normal left eye. Same patient as H_20.Image
50 PanhypoplasiaMild hypoplasia with dysplasia in right eye. Left eye. Same patient as H_19.Image
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