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126 Vascular disc anomalies - prepapillary arterial convolutionsCollection of prepapillary arterial congenital convolutions. Note: Typically involve the superior retinal arterioles. Purely arterial malformations (not arterial venous). Within the convolution in C, there are multiple tortuous loops. Not associated with cerebral vascular malformations and they do n...Image
127 "Morning Glory" disc"Morning Glory" disc. Patient 11 year old.Image
128 Post papilledema gliosisPost papilledema milky gliosis with arteriolar constriction, 1982, right eye, pair with ID_2Image
129 Post papilledema gliosisPost papilledema milky gliosis with arteriolar constriction and atrophy, 1982, left eye, pair with ID_1Image
130 Post papilledema atrophy with marked gliosisPost papilledema atrophy with marked gliosis in a patient with pseudotumor cerebri. Patient weighed over 300 pounds. Right eye blind. 1981. Right eye. Pair with ID_3bImage
131 Post papilledema atrophy with marked gliosisPost papilledema atrophy with marked gliosis in a patient with pseudotumor cerebri. Patient weighed over 300 pounds. Left eye has visual field defects. 1981, right eye, pair with ID_3aImage
132 Post papilledema atrophy with marked gliosisPost papilledema atrophy with marked gliosis in a patient with pseudotumor cerebri, 1985, right eye, pair with ID_4b, Note ""high water"" marks in peripapillary pigment epithelial layer.Image
133 Post papilledema atrophy with marked gliosisPost papilledema atrophy with marked gliosis in a patient with pseudotumor. Nasal ovoid absence of the retinal pigment epithelium. Presumably a defect from the long standing papilledema. 1985,. Right eye, pair with ID_4aImage
134 Post papilledema optic atrophy from pseudotumor cerebriLeft eye, October 1999, Post papilledema optic atrophy from pseudotumor cerebri. Note optociliary veins in both discs. Gliosis and partial pallor following long standing papilledema and intracranial pressure.Image
135 Post papilledema optic atrophy from pseudotumor cerebriRight eye, October 1999, Post papilledema optic atrophy from pseudotumor cerebri. Note optociliary veins in both discs. Gliosis and partial pallor following long standing papilledema and intracranial pressure.Image
136 Post papilledema optic atrophy with arteriolar sheathing and optociliary veins1989. Post papilledema optic atrophy with arteriolar sheathing and optociliary veins.Image
137 Post papilledema optic atrophyPost papilledema optic atrophy with gliosis and arteriolar narrowing. 1994Image
138 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesChoriovaginal vein.Image
139 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesChoriovaginal vein. Inferior portion of disc at 5:00. Same patient as V_42.Image
140 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesChoriovaginal vein. Inferior portion of disc at 6:00. Wide angle view of same patient as V_41.Image
141 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaDiagram of homonymous hemioptic hypoplasia showing pattern of preserved nerve fibers. Homonymous hemioptic hypoplasia. Fundoscopic features in standard and red-free illumination in three patients with congenital hemiplegia.Image
142 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesInferior edge veins of Kraupa. Arterial branches appear to be cilioretinal.Image
143 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesAll venous systems drain through single vein. ""Where do they go?"" Disc edge veins of Kraupa.Image
144 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesDisc of inferior conus. Anomalous venous exits. Disc edge veins of Kraupa.Image
145 Venous anomalies - Exit anomaliesAnomalous exits of retinal veins at 5:00 .Image
146 Pits of the optic discRight eye. Three congenital optic pits on the temporal side. 8:00, 9:30, 10:30.Image
147 Venous anomalies - Prepapillary venous convolutionsPrepapillary venous convolutions - acquired. Acquired after central retinal vein occlusion.Image
148 Low tension glaucomaLow tension glaucoma. Highly myopic eye with shallow cup. Peripapillary choroidal pigment atrophy. Note the narrowed retinal arterioles. 1965.Image
149 Low tension glaucoma60 year old woman. Congenital myopia. Temporal pallor. Shallow cupping. Possible low tension glaucoma. Pair with IF1_3b. Note arteriola narrowing. 1971Image
150 Low tension glaucoma60 year old woman. Congenital myopia. Temporal pallor. Shallow cupping. Possible low tension glaucoma. Pair with IF1_3a. Note arteriola narrowing.Image
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