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126 Central retinal artery occlusion with choroidal arteriolar occlusionCentral retinal artery occlusion and choroidal vascular occlusion due to pressure on the eyeball during craniotomy. Note total loss of vascularity of the optic disc and surrounding choroid.Image
127 Central retinal artery occlusion with choroidal arteriole occlusion1980, Evidence of choroidal vascular ischemia. Central retinal artery occlusion and choroidal vascular occlusion from amputation of the optic nerve for meningiomaImage
128 Central retinal artery occlusion with choroidal arteriole occlusion1988, Central retinal artery occlusion and choroidal vascular occlusion, 70 year old woman with history of central retinal artery occlusion 30 years priorImage
129 Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal collateralsLeft eye, 1988, Central retinal artery with cilioretinal collaterals due to calcific embolic behind the lamina cribrosa due to calcific valvular heart disease. Collaterals have been called ""Nettleship Collaterals"", recognizing the British physician who first described them in 1892Image
130 Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal collateralsRight eye, 1991, Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal collateral occlusions due to calcific embolic occlusion behind the lamina cribrosa due to calcific valvular heart disease. Collaterals have been called "Nettleship Collaterals", recognizing the British physician who first described ...Image
131 Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal collateralsRight eye, 1982, Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal collateral occlusions due to calcific embolic occlusion behind the lamina cribrosa due to calcific valvular heart disease. Collaterals have been called "Nettleship Collaterals", recognizing the British physician who first described ...Image
132 Cerebellar macular degenerative diseaseOcular fundus shows prominent retinal degeneration in the region of the maculae, bilateral optic disc pallor with narrowed retinal arterioles. Interesting peripapillary halo of retinal pigment degeneration. Most consistent with Spinal Cerebellar Degeneration Type 7 (SCA-7)Image
133 Cerebellar macular degenerative diseaseOcular fundus shows prominent retinal degeneration in the region of the maculae, bilateral optic disc pallor with narrowed retinal arterioles. Interesting peripapillary halo of retinal pigment degeneration. Most consistent with Spinal Cerebellar Degeneration Type 7 (SCA-7)Image
134 Cerebellar macular degenerative diseaseCerebellar degeneration with granular maculae changes and bone spicules. Right eye.Image
135 Cerebellar macular degenerative diseaseCerebellar degeneration with granular maculae changes and bone spicules. Right eye.Image
136 Cerebellar macular degenerative diseaseCerebellar degeneration with granular maculae changes and bone spicules. Left eye.Image
137 Cerebellar macular degenerative diseaseCerebellar degeneration with granular maculae changes and bone spicules. Left eye.Image
138 Cerebral macular degenerationCerebral macular degeneration in a 7 year old boy with blindness. Rectal biopsy positive for storage material. Nature of cerebral degeneration was not defined in era when picture was taken. Sister also had similar findings.Image
139 Cerebral macular degenerationCerebral retinal degenerative disease in a 12 year old boy who was blind and demented. His siblings were also blind. Was referred to as Voght-Spielmeyer Disease (Pair with R2_B1_3b shows granular retinal degeneration.)Image
140 Cerebral macular degenerationCerebral retinal degenerative disease in a 12 year old boy who was blind and demented. His siblings were also blind. Was referred to as Vogt-Spielmeyer Disease. Pair with R2_B1_3a.Image
141 Cerebral retinal degenerationCerebral retinal degeneration with narrowed arterioles. Disc pallor. Granular retinal degeneration. 10 year old boy with mental degenerations and seizures.Image
142 Cerebroretinal microangiopathy (Susac Syndrome)Retinal signs of Susac's Syndrome in acute phase consist of areas of retinal artery infarction from branch retinal artery occlusions. This fundus shows two area of retinal infarction from occlusion of both superior and inferior branch retinal arterioles.Image
143 Cerebroretinal microangiopathy (Susac Syndrome)Retinal signs of Susac's Syndrome in acute phase consist of areas of retinal artery infarction from branch retinal artery occlusions. These patients are usually women, many of whom are demented and have hearing loss. Refs: 1) Susac, Hardiman, Sellhorst. Neurology. 1979. 29:313-316 2) Susac ""Susa...Image
144 Cerebroretinal microangiopathy (Susac Syndrome)Retinal signs of Susac's Syndrome in acute phase consist of areas of retinal artery infarction from branch retinal artery occlusions. Branch artery occlusion beginning to clear. Note the occluded arteriole lying on top of the infarcted zone.Image
145 Cerebroretinal microangiopathy (Susac Syndrome)Retinal signs of Susac's Syndrome in acute phase consist of areas of retinal artery infarction from branch retinal artery occlusions. Shows clearing retinal branch artery occlusion.Image
146 Cerebroretinal microangiopathy (Susac Syndrome)This fundus picture from a patient with Susac Syndrome shows a focal shiny plaque in the inferior retinal arteriole. This plaque is not the result of embolism, but is the result of the microangioplastic process underlying the syndrome. (NANOS 2001 by Egan, RA)Image
147 Cerebroretinal microangiopathy (Susac Syndrome)Two plaques which have been called Psuedo-emboli. This plaque is not the result of embolism, but is the result of the microangioplastic process underlying the syndrome. (NANOS 2001 by Egan, RA)Image
148 Cerebroretinal microangiopathy (Susac Syndrome)There is a plaque superior to the disc at 12:00. This plaque is not the result of embolism, but is the result of the microangioplastic process underlying the syndrome. There is a ghost vessel inferiorly at 5:00 off the disc. (NANOS 2001 by Egan, RA)Image
149 Cerebroretinal microangiopathy (Susac Syndrome)There is an occlusion of the superior nasal retinal arteriole visible as a white ghost vessel at 11:00. Note: Collateral filling of the distal branches in two places. (NANOS 2001 by Egan, RA)Image
150 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaDe Morsier synrome with congenital bitemporal hemianopia. Note nasal hypoplasia of both optic discs. Left eye above, right eye below.Image
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