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101 Crowded disc with significant nasal disc blurringCongenital nasal disc blurring. Myopic eyes. Thai girl patient. One wonders about vitreal adherence to the disc. PP 8a right eye. Pair with left eye in PP8b.Image
102 Crowded disc with significant nasal disc blurringCongenital nasal disc blurring. Myopic eyes. Thai girl patient. One wonders about vitreal adherence to the disc. PP 8b left eye. Pair with PP 8a right eye. .Image
103 Vascular complications of drusen: drusen causing loss of superior retinal arterial supplyPP32a: right; PP32b: left eye. Right eye is an obvious drusen disc. Patient had marked field defects. Left eye has occlusion of superior branch of the central retinal artery at 11:30 with the inferior retinal artery supplying collateral to the superior retina. Notice the branch of the inferior ret...Image
104 Von Hippel Lindau Disease with photocoagulation effectVon Hippel Lindau Disease with appearance of Xenon photocoagulation on a mini hemangioblastoma.Image
105 Visible drusen with visual field lossPP25b right eye with drusen and severe visual field loss. Match with PP25a, c & dImage
106 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
107 Visible drusen--bilateralPP22a: right eye. PP22b: Note bypass vein draining into the choroid at 8:00.Image
108 Visible drusen with visual field lossRight eye visual field combine with PP25a, b, & dImage
109 Visible drusen with visual field lossLeft eye visual field. Combine with PP25 a, b, & cImage
110 Crowded discPP7a: right eye crowded disc with blurred margin. Note anomalous vascular pattern and glial tissue on the disc; PP7b- left disc is cupless disc and normal. 10 year old girl with gonadal dysgenesis and growth retardation.Image
111 Unilateral pseudopapilledemaPP_10a: Left: pseudo papilledema with disc blurring, crowded disc. Optic disc is small in diameter. PP_10b shows albinotic fundus and small crowded disc.Image
112 Unilateral pseudopapilledemaPP_10b: shows albinotic fundus and a small crowded disc. PP_10a: left: pseudo papilledema with disc blurring, crowded disc. Optic disc is small in diameter.Image
113 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
114 Drusen with vertical retinal foldsPP36a & b: Both left eye: Buried drusen. Note vertical retinal folds.Image
115 Drusen with vertical retinal foldsPP36a & b:Both left eye: Buried drusen. Note vertical retinal folds.Image
116 Bilateral crowded discsLeft eye. Bilateral crowded discs with congenital blurring. Blurred disc margins are not from edema. Note optic cup is absent. Pair with right eye in PP_1a, and brother in PP_2. Mother has drusen of the optic disc in PP_11aa & b. Sister has drusen in PP_11c.Image
117 Vascular complications of drusen: drusen causing loss of superior retinal arterial supplyPP32a: right; PP32b: left eye. Left eye has occlusion of superior branch of the central retinal artery at 11:30 with the inferior retinal artery supplying collateral to the superior retina. Notice the branch of the inferior retinal artery moves superiorly heading toward the upper retina. Drusen w...Image
118 Vascular complications of drusenPP34a: Right eye. Superior retinal vein drains into the choroid at 12:00. It has occluded between center of disc and 12:00. Note white ghost vessel. Note that other veins drain into the disc edge at 4:00. There is no evidence of a central retinal vein in the middle of the disc. PP34b: Visible drus...Image
119 Vascular complications of drusenPP34a: Right eye. Superior retinal vein drains into the choroid at 12:00. It has occluded between center of disc and 12:00. Note white ghost vessel. Note that other veins drain into the disc edge at 4:00. There is no evidence of a central retinal vein in the middle of the disc. PP34b: Visible drus...Image
120 Early papilledema due to tumorLeft eye. Asymmetric Papilledema with posterior fossa hemangioblastoma. Left - moderate papilledema. Blurring of disc. Young man.Image
121 Post papilledema with choroidal foldsRight eye. Post papilledema with choroidal folds due to brain tumor.Image
122 Resolution of papilledema following optic nerve sheath decompression (ONSD)Left eye. 17 year old boy. Cryptococcal meningitis. Resolution of papilledema following optic nerve sheath decompression (ONSD) on November 1, 1974. Same eye as P_53a in January 1975. Atrophic, resolved disc. Note "high-water" marks. Visual acuity was 20/40.Image
123 Asymmetric papilledema with choroidal foldsRight eye shows papilledema. Asymmetric papilledema with choroidal folds. Bilateral choroidal folds from elevated intracranial pressure.Image
124 Resolution of papilledema following optic nerve sheath decompression (ONSD)Left eye. 17 year old boy. Cryptococcal meningitis. Resolution of papilledema following optic nerve sheath decompression (ONSD) in November 1, 1974. Same eye as P_53a on December 1974. Atrophic. Note "high-water" marksImage
125 Bilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Bilateral Papilledema in 410 pound man with tracheostomy for pulmonary insufficiency.Image
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