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126 Bilateral PapilledemaPicture of patient. 410 pound man with tracheostomy done for sleep apnea due to cardiopulmonary insufficiency syndrome. Pickwickian syndrome.Image
127 Bilateral Hemorrhagic PapilledemaLeft eye. Bilateral Hemorrhagic Papilledema from cardio-respiratory disease. Woman.Image
128 Bilateral Hemorrhagic PapilledemaBilateral Hemorrhagic Papilledema from cardio-respiratory disease. Woman.Image
129 Bilateral PapilledemaChronic Bilateral Papilledema.Image
130 Ocular Hypertension1972. Right eye. Ocular hypertension. No field defect recognized. Pair with IIB1b & cImage
131 Retinocerebral arteriovenous malformation ( Wyburn Mason Syndrome)Florid arteriovenous malformation of the optic disc and surrounding retina, Caput medusa (Cross reference with V12-28 this section)Image
132 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
133 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
134 Central retinal arteriolar occlusion with choroidal arteriole occlusion1969, Complete loss of blood supply to retina and choroid. Cause unknown. Boy.Image
135 Sturge Weber Syndrome (Encephalotrigeminal angiomatosis)Sturge Weber Syndrome (Encephalotrigeminal angiomatosis); Color of the retina is deep red (sometimes called tomato catsup) due to a four fold thickening of the choroidal vascular bed. Optic disc is cupped due to elevated intraocular pressure. (Secondary glaucoma) Patient had a major ""port wine"" m...Image
136 Sturge Weber Syndrome (Encephalotrigeminal angiomatosis)Left eye is normal, without the deep red from thickened Choroid. Pair with R1_B1aImage
137 Venous anomalies - Congenital venous tortuosityCongenital venous tortuosity. Right eye. 9 year old boy. Same patient as V_52.Image
138 Venous anomalies - Congenital venous tortuosityCongenital venous tortuosity. Left eye. 9 year old boy. Same patient as V_51.Image
139 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
140 Vascular disc anomalies - retinal arteriovenous malformationsRetinal arteriovenous malformations. No corresponding malformation of brain.Image
141 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyRight eye, 1983 Top half of disc is pale. Striking focal arteriole narrowing.Image
142 Disc swelling. Ischemic papillopathies. AION.Red ischemic swelling. 49 year old man.Image
143 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerNeed magnification - Left eye - Inferior arcuate nerve fiber slits. Pairs with IIB2_01b & IIB2_01c.Image
144 Multiple sclerosis slits and thinning in the peripapillary (retinal) nerve fiber layerNeed magnification - Left eye - Inferior arcuate nerve fiber slits. Pairs with IIB2_01a & IIB2_01c.Image
145 Ocular HypertensionNeed color work to show superior slit 1972. Right eye. Ocular hypertension. No field defect recognized.Image
146 Ocular HypertensionMultiple slit defects in the upper arcuate bundles. 1972Image
147 Ocular HypertensionMultiple slit like defects in the upper arcuate nerve bundles. 1971Image
148 Ocular HypertensionChronic simple glaucoma. 1976. Note slits in upper arcuate nerve fiber layer. Pair with IIB3_3bImage
149 Ocular HypertensionChronic simple glaucoma. 1976. Magnified of IIB3_3a. Note slits in upper arcuate nerve fiber layer. Pair with IIB3_3aImage
150 Ocular HypertensionThere is an argument about whether this is a pseudo nerve fiber layer defect, because defect does not reach the disc. The vessels transversing the defect are not exposed and there is no change in the visual field and no other slit like defects.Image
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