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101 Diffuse Atrophy - Evolution of optic disc palor after optic nerve transectionInjury on December 8, 1978. Evolution of optic disc pallor after optic nerve transection. Woman having rhinoplasty suffered optic nerve transection. Left eye. Photo taken January 18, 1979 - 40 days post accident. Retinal nerve fiber layer appears thinner and disc is paler.Image
102 Diffuse Atrophy - Evolution of optic disc palor after optic nerve transectionInjury on December 8, 1978. Evolution of optic disc pallor after optic nerve transection. Woman having rhinoplasty suffered optic nerve transection. Left eye. Photo taken February 14, 1979 - 65 days post accident. Optic disc is completely pale. All evidence of retinal nerve fiber layer is gone.Image
103 Diffuse AtrophyNerve fiber appearance about 6 weeks after indirect injury to optic nerve. Note near total absence of nerve fiber reflexes. Photo shows remaining streaks of inferior arcuate nerve fiber membranes dissolving into nothing. 1972Image
104 Diffuse AtrophyPrimary optic atrophy following optic neuritis. 1960. Note absence of all retinal nerve fiber layer reflex in the peripapillary retina. The retinal vessels appear to lie on the retina without any tissue surrounding them. Normal looking arterioles.Image
105 Diffuse AtrophyPrimary optic atrophy following head injury. 1982. Normal looking arterioles.Image
106 Diffuse AtrophyPrimary optic atrophy from optic nerve compression by aneurysm. Note narrowing of retinal arterioles. Pair with IIA1_8Image
107 Diffuse AtrophyPrimary optic atrophy from optic nerve compression by aneurysm. Note narrowing of retinal arterioles. Close up showing arcuate streaks of nerve fibers entering inferior optic disc. Pair with IIA1_7.Image
108 Segmental Atrophy - AltitudinalSegmental Optic Atrophy Superiorly - Altitudinal. Cause unknown. There is a cup. 1973Image
109 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy in an eye with temporal hemianopia. Wyburn-Mason Syndrome extending to the chiasm. Left eye 1975Image
110 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Magnification of IIA2C_02a. Band atrophy in an eye with temporal hemianopia. Wyburn-Mason Syndrome extending to the chiasm. Left eye. 1975. Right eye in patient was blind.Image
111 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy from right optic tract injury. This eye has a nasal hemianopia. Its disc shows temporal pallor with an intact nasal nerve fiber layer. Old right optic tract injury. 1986. Pair with IIA2C_8bImage
112 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy from right optic tract injury. Left eye. Has temporal hemianopia with band atrophy. Note loss of nasal nerve fiber layer. Old right optic tract injury. 1986. Pair with IIA2C_8aImage
113 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy from right optic tract injury. Red free filter. Left eye. Has temporal hemianopia with band atrophy. Note loss of nasal nerve fiber layer. Old right optic tract injury. 1972. Pair with IIA2C_9b.Image
114 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy from right optic tract injury. Red free filter. Left eye. Has temporal hemianopia with band atrophy. Note loss of nasal nerve fiber layer. Old right optic tract injury. 1972. Pair with IIA2C_9a.Image
115 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy with temporal hemianopia. 1983Image
116 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy with papilledema. 1975. Patient had a right optic tract glioma.Image
117 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy with ""Twin Peaks"" papilledema. Central band of the optic disc is completely atrophic and does not swell. ""Axons that are not there can not swell.""Image
118 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy with horizontal cupping. Transverse cup. Pair with IIA2C_14b. 1975Image
119 Segmental Atrophy - Hemianopic (band) atrophySegmental Atrophy - Band atrophy with horizontal cupping. Pituitary adenoma. Magnification of 14a. Pair with IIA2C_14a. 1975Image
120 Segmental Atrophy - Temporal - due to thallium (rat) poisoningSegmental Atrophy - Temporal - due to thallium (rat) poisoning. Large bilateral central scotomas. 1972. Right eye. Pair with IIA1_01bImage
121 Segmental Atrophy - Temporal - due to thallium (rat) poisoningSegmental Atrophy - Temporal - due to thallium (rat) poisoning. Large bilateral central scotomas. 1972. Left eye. Pair with IIA1_01a.Image
122 Segmental Atrophy - TemporalSegmental Atrophy - Temporal - Nutritional Amblyopia - Nerve fiber layer hemorrhage. Pair with IIA2_04b. 1970Image
123 Segmental Atrophy - TemporalTemporal - Nutritional Amblyopia - Nerve fiber layer hemorrhage. Pair with IIA2_04a. 1970Image
124 Retinal (macular) involvement in Subacute Sclerosing Pan EncephalopathyRetinal (macular) involvement in Subacute Sclerosing Pan Encephalopathy (SSPE). Note interesting microvascular changes associated with the retinal disease.Image
125 Retinal signs of atheromatous embolizationRetinal signs of atheromatous embolization. Note the way the cholesterol emboli stick at arteriole bifurcation. Note second plaque hidden at the juncture below.Image
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