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51 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc with peripapillary choroidal defect extending inferiorly. Patient has transphenoidal encephalocele. Note tapering edge like an arrow pointing to patient's basal encephalocele and cleft palate. Reference: Brodsky MC, Hoyt WF, Hoyt CS, Miller NR, Lam BL. Atypical retinochoroidal ...Image
52 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc. CT normal.Image
53 Cyanotic heart disease with clubbing of fingernailsNote the cyanotic nail beds and clubbing.Image
54 Bilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Bilateral Papilledema with hypoparathyroidism. Woman.Image
55 Cyanotic heart disease with clubbing of toesBilateral Papilledema with cyanotic heart disease.Image
56 Unilateral PapilledemaUnilateral papilledema due to elevated intracranial pressure. Right eye. This eye has papilledema. Patient described transient monocular blindness with turning right eye. Asymmetric papilledemaImage
57 Unilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Patient had tumor on right side. Right sided large meningioma. Disc edema due to tumor. 29 year old black woman. The right disc has mild temporal pallor.Image
58 Superior segmental optic hypoplasia (SSOH) "Topless disc syndrome"High exit point of central retinal vessels. Superior choroidal crescent. Complete loss of nerve fiber layer entering disc from above. Inferior altitudinal field defect. Type 1 diabetic mother.Image
59 Superior segmental optic hypoplasia (SSOH) "Topless disc syndrome"Right eye. Disc looks almost normal but superior nerve fiber layer is thinned and represents a mild form of SSOH. Same patient as H_61 and H_63.Image
60 Vascular disc anomalies - retinal arteriovenous malformationsRetinal arteriovenous malformations (Racemous angioma). Found in a 13 year old girl who had extension of this arteriovenous malformation up her right optic nerve into her thalamus and into her midbrain. Patient had large intra-cerebral AVM (Wyburn-Mason Syndrome). Patient died 10 years later of mass...Image
61 Vascular disc anomalies - retinal arteriovenous malformationsRetinal arteriovenous malformations. Wyburn-Mason Syndrome. Angiogram showing extension of vascular malformation up the right optic nerve (arrow) through the thalamus and into the right visual cortex. References #3 and #73Image
62 Vascular disc anomalies - retinal arteriovenous malformationsRetinal arteriovenous malformations. Partially involved. Same patient as V_27.Image
63 Vascular disc anomalies - retinal arteriovenous malformationsRetinal arteriovenous malformations. Two years later after interventional embolic obliteration of orbital AVM. Same patient as V_26. Ref: #73Image
64 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels. Left eye. Hypoplasia with central glial tissue remnant. Japanese girl. Same patient as H_24.Image
65 Dysplasia with hypoplasia (Elevated dysplasia with anomalous vessels)Left eye. 6 year old boy. Severe dysplasia. Elevated dysplasia with medullated (myelinated) nerve fibers and anomalous vessels. Son of patient in H_31 and H_10. Grandson of patient in H_11 an H_12.Image
66 Familial drusenRight eye: Mother with obvious optic nerve drusen. Note the blurred temporal margin where buried drusen can not be seen.; PP_11b: mother visible drusen; Buried drusen; lumpy disc. Combine with PP_1a & b and PP_2 (sons) and PP_11c (daughter)Image
67 Familial drusenLeft eye. PP_11b: Mother visible drusen; buried drusen; lumpy disc. PP_11a: Mother with obvious optic nerve drusen; Combine with PP_1a & b and PP_2 (sons) and PP_11c (daughter)Image
68 A201 Disc swelling with Big Blind Spot SyndromeBlind spot larger than could be explained by visible edema. Subretinal white dots probably indicate margin of blind spot.Image
69 Disc swelling with Big Blind Spot SyndromeBlind spot larger than could be explained by visible disc edema. Reference: Fletcher WA, Imes RK, Goodman D, Hoyt WF. Acute idiopathic blind spot enlargement. A big blind spot disc edema. Arch Ophthalmol. 1988 Jan;106(1):44-9.Image
70 A203 Disc swelling with Big Blind Spot SyndromeSlight inferior swelling in patient with grossly enlarged blind spot. 66 year old woman.Image
71 Congenitally crowded disc - "little red disc"Right eye: "little red disc". Congenitally blurred disc. 26 year old man.Image
72 Buried drusen5 year old boy. Bilateral buried drusen. Notice the lumpy nasal disc elevation. This patient had a twin brother whose optic disc drusen were exposed.Image
73 Buried drusen5 year old boy. Bilateral buried drusen. Notice the lumpy nasal disc elevation. This patient had a twin brother whose optic disc drusen were exposed.Image
74 Visible drusenPP21a: Right eye. Drusen barely visible. Note disc margin drusen at 3:30 and 5:30.; PP21b: left eye shows multiple exposed drusen. Girl.Image
75 Macular cherry red spots in Niemann Pick diseaseMacular cherry red spots in Niemann Pick disease. Same patient as R2A2b.Image
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