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76 Macular cherry red spots in Niemann Pick diseaseClose up view of macular cherry red spots in Niemann Pick disease. Same patient as R2A2a.Image
77 Multifocal choroidopathyMultifocal choroidopathy in a patient with uveitis.Image
78 Buried drusenBuried drusen; PP_13a: Right eye. Note lumpy disc margin, especially temporally. Also note absence of optic cup. Excellent example of pseudo papilledema with buried drusen.Image
79 Buried drusenBuried drusen. Left eye. Note lumpy disc margin, especially temporally. Also note absence of optic cup. Excellent example of pseudo papilledema with buried drusen. Pair with PP_13a.Image
80 Buried drusenLeft disc has a blurred lumpy margin. Retinal vessels are not obscured in the disc margin blur, therefore no edema is present. This is an example of a difficult blurred disc, the nature of which is clarified by the presence of a clear cut disk anomoly in the fellow eye. 8 year old girl. PP_15a has b...Image
81 Buried drusen7 year old boy with pseudo papilledema from buried drusen. Note the lumpy contour of the disc margin. Also note the surrounding ring-like light reflex that is optically perfect and indicates absence of edema spreading onto the surrounding retina.Image
82 Unilateral buried drusenPP20a: Right eye. Normal disc without optic cup.PP20b: Left eye. Buried drusen nasally and exposed drusen at the temporal margin. Boy.Image
83 Visible drusenPP24a. Right eye. Exposed drusen. There are inferior nerve fiber layer defects in the upper arcuate bundles. Optic disc is also hypoplastic.Image
84 Crowded disc--FamilyAnomalous vasculature with congenital disc margin blurring. Note optic cup is absent. Pair with brother in PP1a & b. Mother has drusen of the optic disc in PP11aa & b. Sister has drusen in PP11c.Image
85 Crowded disc--familyRight eye. PP3 a & b: sister; PP4 a & b brother; Congenital disc margin blurring with crowded discs. Excellent example of pseudo papilledema that caused serious diagnostic confusion which led to a pneumoencephalogram (PEG) and arteriogram.Image
86 Crowded disc--familyLeft eye. PP3 a & a: sister; PP4 a & b brother; Congenital disc margin blurring with crowded discs. Excellent example of pseudo papilledema that caused serious diagnostic confusion which led to a pneumoencephalogram (PEG) and arteriogram.Image
87 Crowded disc--familyRight eye. PP3 a & b: sister; PP4 a & b brother; Congenital disc margin blurring with crowded discs. Excellent example of pseudo papilledema.Image
88 Crowded disc--familyLeft eye. PP3 a & b: sister; PP4 a & b brother; Congenital disc margin blurring with crowded discs. Excellent example of pseudo papilledema.Image
89 Hemorrhagic complication of drusenPP31a, left and PP31, right taken in April. PP31c: left taken after an interval of 2 months. Hemorrhage. Hemorrhagic complications of drusen. 15 year old boy.Image
90 Hemorrhagic complication of drusenPP31a, left and PP31, right taken in April. PP31c: left taken after an interval of 2 months. Hemorrhage. Hemorrhagic complications of drusen. 15 year old boy.Image
91 Hemorrhagic complication of drusenPP31a, left and PP31, right taken in April. PP31c: left taken after an interval of 2 months. Hemorrhage. Hemorrhagic complications of drusen. 15 year old boy.Image
92 PanhypoplasiaExtreme hypoplasia. Very small disc. Peri-papillary halo (choroidal). Right eye. Note: normal vessels. Same patient as H_2.Image
93 PanhypoplasiaExtreme hypoplasia. Very small disc. Peri-papillary halo (choroidal). Left eye. Note: normal vessels. Same patient as H_1.Image
94 PanhypoplasiaExtreme hypoplasia. Note absence of retinal nerve fiber layer. Left eye. Girl. Same patient as H_4.Image
95 Slow flow (chronic hypoxic) retinopathyExamples of Slow flow (chronic hypoxic) retinopathy showing produced by a carotid-cavernous sinus fistula. Arteriole pressure was low in the retina and venous pressure was elevated. Note the characteristic dot and blot hemorrhages in the black and white photo (R3B2b).Image
96 Slow flow (chronic hypoxic) retinopathyExamples of Slow flow (chronic hypoxic) retinopathy produced by a carotid-cavernous sinus fistula. Arteriole pressure was low in the retina and venous pressure was elevated. Note the characteristic dot and blot hemorrhages in this black and white photo.Image
97 Calcific retinal emboliCalcific retinal emboli. This fundus shows two calcific emboli in the retinal arteriole tree. The embolus at the end of the disc has caused a retinal infarction and the embolus above the optic disc has also caused a retinal infarction. Note that these white emboli stick in the retinal vessel in mids...Image
98 Calcific retinal emboliCalcific retinal emboli. There is a round gray embolus occluding the superior temporal branch of the retinal artery. Note that the blood column is absent in the superior temporal retinal artery for a short distance off of the disc margin. Note that two collateral branches now fill the distal tempora...Image
99 "Nettleship collaterals", a result of calcific embolization of the central retinal arteryResult of calcific embolization of the central retinal artery. The embolus itself can not be seen within the tissue of the optic disc. Numerous chorio-retino collaterals are filling the branches of a central retinal artery. Such an eye is always blind. These collaterals indicate that the patient pro...Image
100 Pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE)Pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE) Lateral view of right internal carotid angiogram showing complete occlusion of the subcranial internal carotid artery with collateral formation (so called 'rete mirabile"") filling the supraclinoid carotid artery. Also shows evidence of the carotid cavernous fistula e...Image
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