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51 Retinocerebral arteriovenous malformation ( Wyburn Mason Syndrome)Retinocerebral arteriovenous malformation showing one major arteriovenous loop. (Cross reference with V12-28 this section)Image
52 Paraneoplastic retinopahy.Cancer associated retinopathy syndrome with extreme retino-arteriolar narrowing. CAR SyndromeImage
53 Paraneoplastic retinopahy.Cancer associated retinopathy syndrome with extreme retino-arteriolar narrowing. CAR SyndromeImage
54 Asymmetrical Papilledema due to brain tumorLeft eye. Early papilledema. Clearly has papilledema. Early papilledema to posterior fossa meningioma in a boy.Image
55 Post papilledema retinal choroidal bypass (optociliary)Left eye. Post papilledema retinal choroidal bypass (optociliary). Arterial venous malformation draining into saggital sinus causing papilledema and retinal choroidal collaterals.Image
56 Asymmetrical Papilledema due to brain tumorRight eye. Early papilledema. Incipient papilledema barely recognizable. Early papilledema due to posterior fossa meningioma in a boy.Image
57 Post papilledema retinal choroidal bypass (optociliary)Right eye. Post papilledema retinal choroidal bypass (optociliary). Arterial venous malformation draining into saggital sinus causing papilledema and retinal choroidal collaterals.Image
58 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesChoriovaginal vein.Image
59 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesChoriovaginal vein. Inferior portion of disc at 5:00. Same patient as V_42.Image
60 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesChoriovaginal vein. Inferior portion of disc at 6:00. Wide angle view of same patient as V_41.Image
61 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaDiagram of homonymous hemioptic hypoplasia showing pattern of preserved nerve fibers. Homonymous hemioptic hypoplasia. Fundoscopic features in standard and red-free illumination in three patients with congenital hemiplegia.Image
62 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesInferior edge veins of Kraupa. Arterial branches appear to be cilioretinal.Image
63 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesAll venous systems drain through single vein. ""Where do they go?"" Disc edge veins of Kraupa.Image
64 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesDisc of inferior conus. Anomalous venous exits. Disc edge veins of Kraupa.Image
65 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesAnomalous exits of retinal veins at 5:00 .Image
66 Pits of the optic discRight eye. Three congenital optic pits on the temporal side. 8:00, 9:30, 10:30.Image
67 Venous anomalies - Prepapillary venous convolutionsPrepapillary venous convolutions - acquired. Acquired after central retinal vein occlusion.Image
68 Low tension glaucomaLow tension glaucoma. Highly myopic eye with shallow cup. Peripapillary choroidal pigment atrophy. Note the narrowed retinal arterioles. 1965.Image
69 Low tension glaucoma60 year old woman. Congenital myopia. Temporal pallor. Shallow cupping. Possible low tension glaucoma. Pair with IF1_3b. Note arteriola narrowing. 1971Image
70 Low tension glaucoma60 year old woman. Congenital myopia. Temporal pallor. Shallow cupping. Possible low tension glaucoma. Pair with IF1_3a. Note arteriola narrowing.Image
71 Low tension glaucomaLow tension glaucoma with subtle inferior temporal wedge defect in the retinal nerve fiber layer corresponding with an inferior temporal defect in the neuroglial rim. 27 year old man. 1984Image
72 Glaucoma cupped discGlaucoma cupped disc. Note dark slits in the upper arcuate retinal nerve fibers.Image
73 Glaucoma cupped discGlaucoma cupped disc. Note inferior extension of the optic cup, thinning of the neuroglial rim at 5:00 and inferior sector defect in the retinal nerve fiber layer.Image
74 Low tension glaucomaLow tension glaucoma with an inferior sector defect in the retinal nerve fiber layer. 1979Image
75 Temporal cupping with dominant hereditary optic atrophyRight eye. Teenage boy. Dominant hereditary optic atrophy (Kjer). Shows pallor and shallow cupping temporally. Pair with IF2_2b. 1975.Image
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