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101 Bilateral Severe Hemorrhagic PapilledemaRight eye. Bilateral Severe Hemorrhagic Papilledema in a woman with hyperthyroidism and dural sinus occlusion.Image
102 Bilateral Severe Hemorrhagic PapilledemaLeft eye. Bilateral Severe Hemorrhagic Papilledema in a woman with hyperthyroidism and dural sinus occlusion.Image
103 Bilateral Severe Hemorrhagic PapilledemaRight eye. Bilateral hyperacute papilledema with rapid blindness associated with dural sinus occlusion. Both eyes were nearly blind. Young man.Image
104 Bilateral Severe Hemorrhagic PapilledemaLeft eye. Bilateral hyperacute papilledema with rapid blindess associated with dural sinus occlusion. Both eyes were nearly blind. Boy.Image
105 Buried and visible drusenPP_19a Left eye with buried drusen. PP_19b: right eye : visible drusen. Eleven year old girlImage
106 Buried and visible drusenPP_19b: right eye : visible drusen in an eleven year old girl; PP_19a: left eye with buried drusenImage
107 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
108 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
109 Buried drusenSuspected buried drusen in a girl.Image
110 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
111 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
112 Buried drusenExcellent example of pseudo papilledema with sub surface drusen at 10:00 and 1:00Image
113 Buried drusenBuried drusen with peculiar white dot, which appears to be choroidal in location. Note lumpy disc margin on right disc PP_15a is right eye. PP_15b is left eye. Beautiful example of pseudo papilledema in which drusen can not be seen. 8 year old girl.Image
114 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
115 Buried drusenYoung woman with pseudo papilledema from buried drusen with associated visual field defects. Barely visible in the upper arcuate nerve fibers is a slit like defect.Image
116 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
117 Buried drusen with choroidal retinal scarRight eye: Buried drusen; probable complication of peripapillary hemorrhage at 7:00.Image
118 Buried drusen with sub-retinal neovascular netBuried drusen with sub-retinal neovascular net. Both PP29a and PP29b are left eye: 17 year old girl; Visual acuity 10/400.Image
119 Buried drusen with sub-retinal neovascular netBuried drusen with sub-retinal neovascular net. This is the same left eye. Appearance of the central retina of the left eye. Both PP29a & b are left eye: 17 year old girl; Visual acuity 10/400.Image
120 Calcific retinal emboliCalcific retinal emboli. There is a large calcium embolus totally occluding the superior branches of the central retinal artery. Note: calcium emboli of this type usually derive from the aortic valve. Close view of R3_C7Image
121 Calcific retinal emboliCalcific retinal emboli. This woman had aortic stenosis and a heart murmur. There is a large calcium embolus totally occluding the superior branches of the central retinal artery. Note: calcium emboli of this type usually derive from the aortic valve disease. Note superior retinal infarction. Far v...Image
122 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
123 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
124 Calcific retinal emboliHistologic preparation of the optic nerve and papilla showing two red staining calcific emboli in the lumen of the central retinal artery. Calcific retinal emboli. Ocular pathology slide showing calcium embolus in the central retinal artery.Image
125 Central retinal arteriolar occlusion with choroidal arteriole occlusion1969, Complete loss of blood supply to retina and choroid. Cause unknown. Boy.Image
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