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51 Atrophy with optociliary veins1994, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma, right eye, Optociliary vein dumping into disc edge at 4:00Image
52 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
53 Atrophy with optociliary veins1974, left eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma, blind eye. Optociliary bypass veins in the nasal disc tissue.Image
54 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
55 Atrophy with optociliary veins1971, right eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma with optociliary bypass veins on the upper half of the disc.Image
56 Atrophy with optociliary veins1979, left eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningioma with optociliary bypass veins.Image
57 Atrophy with optociliary veinsleft eye, perioptic nerve sheath meningiomaImage
58 Atrophy with optociliary veins1996, left eye. Chronic pale optic nerve swelling with optociliary bypass veins produced by perioptic nerve sheath meningioma.Image
59 Bilateral Chronic PapilledemaLeft eye. Frisen's stage 5. Patient with long standing aqueductal stenosis. Bilateral Chronic Papilledema. Man.Image
60 Bilateral Chronic PapilledemaRight eye. Frisen's stage 5. Patient with long standing aqueductal stenosis. Bilateral Chronic Papilledema. Man.Image
61 Bilateral crowded discsLeft eye. Bilateral crowded discs with congenital blurring. Blurred disc margins are not from edema. Note optic cup is absent. Pair with right eye in PP_1a, and brother in PP_2. Mother has drusen of the optic disc in PP_11aa & b. Sister has drusen in PP_11c.Image
62 Bilateral crowded discs--FamilyRight eye. Bilateral crowded discs with congenital blurring. Blurred disc margins are not from edema. Note optic cup is absent. Pair with left eye in PP_1b, and brother in PP_2. Mother has drusen of the optic disc in PP_11a & b. Sister has drusen in PP_11c.Image
63 Bilateral Hemorrhagic PapilledemaLeft eye. Bilateral Hemorrhagic Papilledema from cardio-respiratory disease. Woman.Image
64 Bilateral Hemorrhagic PapilledemaBilateral Hemorrhagic Papilledema from cardio-respiratory disease. Woman.Image
65 Bilateral Hemorrhagic Papilledema from saggital sinus thrombosisLeft eye. 20 year old woman on oral contraceptives. Bilateral hemorrhagic Papilledema from sagittal sinus thrombosis.Image
66 Bilateral Hemorrhagic Papilledema from saggital sinus thrombosisRight eye. 20 year old woman on oral contraceptives. Bilateral hemorrhagic Papilledema from sagittal sinus thrombosis.Image
67 Bilateral PapilledemaChronic Bilateral Papilledema.Image
68 Bilateral PapilledemaLeft eye. Bilateral Papilledema from vitamin A toxicity in young girl.Image
69 Bilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Pre-pubertal girl.Image
70 Bilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Bilateral Papilledema in patient with cardiopulmonary insufficiency. Woman.Image
71 Bilateral PapilledemaLeft eye. Bilateral Papilledema in a patient with hyperthyroidism. Woman.Image
72 Bilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Bilateral Papilledema in 410 pound man with tracheostomy for pulmonary insufficiency.Image
73 Bilateral PapilledemaLeft eye. Bilateral Papilledema with hypoparathyroidism. Woman.Image
74 Bilateral PapilledemaPicture of patient. 410 pound man with tracheostomy done for sleep apnea due to cardiopulmonary insufficiency syndrome. Pickwickian syndrome.Image
75 Bilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Bilateral Papilledema from vitamin A toxicity. Vitamin A pseudotumor cerebri syndrome in a 25 year old weight lifter.Image
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