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151 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaDiscs show striking nasal hypoplasia and band atrophy. DeMorsier synrome. Congenital bitemporal hemianopia with see-saw nystagmus. Note vertically oral shape of these hypoplastic nerves. The CT scan showed the median bar of the chiasm in this patient is totally hypoplastic.Image
152 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaDe Morsier synrome with congenital bitemporal hemianopia. Right eye. Note nasal hypoplasia of the right optic disc. Same patient as H_82.Image
153 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaDe Morsier synrome with congenital bitemporal hemianopia. Left eye. Same patient as H_81.Image
154 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaCongenital bitemporal hemianopia with marked bi-nasal hypoplasia. Left eye. 17 year old male. Same patient as H_85.Image
155 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaCongenital bitemporal hemianopia with marked bi-nasal hypoplasia. Right eye. 17 year old male. Same patient as H_84.Image
156 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaCongenital bitemporal hemianopia with nasal hypoplasia. 24 year old man. Same patient as H_87.Image
157 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaCongenital bitemporal hemianopia with nasal hypoplasia. 24 year old man. Same patient as H_86.Image
158 Chiasmal hemioptic hypoplasiaNasal hypoplasia with temporal hemianopia from a congenital Rathke Pouch Cyst.Image
159 Chronic Atrophic PapilledemaLeft eye. Left eye blind. Chronic Atrophic Papilledema. Obese woman (300 lbs) with large tentorial meningioma. "Pseudo Pseudotumor"Image
160 Chronic Atrophic PapilledemaRight eye. Chronic Atrophic Papilledema. Obese woman (300 lbs) with large tentorial meningioma. "Pseudo Pseudotumor"Image
161 Chronic Leber Optic NeuropathyChronic Leber Optic Neuropathy with advancing temporal pallor. Notice the nerve fiber layer thickening has diminished. November 13, 1980. Pair with IE_1, 2a&b, IE_9b, IE_8a&bImage
162 Chronic Leber Optic NeuropathyChronic Leber Optic Neuropathy with advancing temporal pallor. Notice the nerve fiber layer thickening has diminished. November 13, 1980. Pair with IE_1, 2a&b, IE_9a, IE_8a&bImage
163 Chronic Leber Optic NeuropathyChronic Leber's Optic Neuropathy, August 8, 1969Image
164 Chronic papilledema due to brain tumorRight eye. Chronic papilledema wth white centrally located exudates in a man with hemispheric glioma.Image
165 Chronic papilledema due to brain tumorLeft eye. Chronic papilledema with white centrally located exudates in a man with hemispheric glioma.Image
166 Chronic papilledema due to brain tumor - resolvedRight eye - same as P_40a - follow up after 4 months. Chronic papilledema resolved after treatment showing residual atrophy.Image
167 Chronic papilledema due to brain tumor - resolvedLeft eye - same as P_40b - follow up after 4 months. Chronic papilledema resolved after treatment showing residual atrophy.Image
168 Chronic papilledema in resolution. SequenceLeft eye at presentation. Chronic papilledema.Image
169 Chronic papilledema in resolution. SequenceLeft eye 4 weeks after presentation. Chronic papilledema in resolution. Notice more extensive vertical choroidal fold temporally ("high-water" marks)Image
170 Chronic papilledema in resolution. SequenceLeft eye 7 weeks after presentation. Chronic papilledema in resolution. Note the profound optic atrophy with blurred disc margins and circumferential receptor layer folds ("high-water" marks)Image
171 Chronic papilledema in resolution. SequenceLeft eye 2 weeks after presentation. Chronic papilledema in resolution. Note first evidence of a vertical choroidal fold.Image
172 Chronic papilledema with hemorrhagic and exudative complicationsLeft eye one month after presentation. View below of resolving subretinal hemorrhage. Chronic papilledema with hemorrhagic and exudative complications due to Pseudotumor cerebri.Image
173 Chronic papilledema with hemorrhagic and exudative complicationsLeft eye one month after presentation. View above of resolving preretinal hemorrhage. Chronic papilledema with hemorrhagic and exudative complications due to Pseudotumor cerebri.Image
174 Chronic papilledema with hemorrhagic and exudative complicationsLeft eye one month after presentation. Resolving hemorrhage. Chronic papilledema with hemorrhagic and exudative complications due to Pseudotumor cerebri.Image
175 Chronic papilledema with hemorrhagic and exudative complicationsLeft eye at presesntation. Chronic papilledema with hemorrhagic and exudative complications due to Pseudotumor cerebri.Image
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