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176 C21 Empty DiscRight eye. All cilioretinal fundus. No central retinal artery. Handmann anomaly. Frequently associated with renal dysplasia. Pair with C_22 an C_23. Reference: Barroso LH, Hoyt WF, Narahara M. Can the arterial supply of the retina in man be exclusively cilioretinal? J Neuroophthalmol. 1994 Jun;14(2...Image
177 C22 Empty DiscLeft eye. All cilioretinal fundus. No central retinal artery. Handmann anomaly. Frequently associated with renal dysplasia. Pair with C_21 an C_23. Reference: Barroso LH, Hoyt WF, Narahara M. Can the arterial supply of the retina in man be exclusively cilioretinal? J Neuroophthalmol. 1994 Jun;14(2)...Image
178 C23 Empty DiscFather of patient in C_21 and C_22. Father has central retinal artery, multiple cilioretinal arteries and had previously unsuspected renal failure. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Reference: Parsa,CF et al. Ophthalmology. 2001. 108(4): 738-49Barroso LH, Hoyt WF, Narahara M. Can the arterial supply of ...Image
179 C24 Empty DiscLeft eye. Multiple cilioretinal arteries. Child of C_25 Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
180 C25 Empty DiscRight eye. Multiple cilioretinal arteries. Visual function normal. Father of C_24. Anatomy: Optic discImage
181 C26 Empty DiscRight eye. Multiple cilioretinal arteries. Patient had dysplastic kidneys. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Hand motion vision. 17 year old girl. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
182 C27 Empty DiscMultiple cilioretinal arteries. Chronic interstitial nephritis. Renal and optic disc dysplasia. Papilorenal Syndrome (PRS). No central retinal artery. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
183 C28 Empty DiscLeft eye. Woman. Multiple cilioretinal vessels. Visual function normal. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
184 C29 Empty DiscLeft eye. Papilorenal Syndrome (PRS). Pair with C_30. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
185 C30 Empty DiscRight eye. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Pair with C_29. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
186 C301 Nodular Papillopathies (Sarcoid)Disc swelling. Sarcoid papillopathy. Note infiltrative nodule at 9:00 on the disc.The patient had proven sarcoid. Perivenous inflammatory cuffing visible on image C3_02. Right eye. Pair with C3_02. Anatomy: Optic disc; Retina. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to sarcoid infiltration. Disease/ Diagn...Image
187 C302 Nodular Papillopathies (Sarcoid)Perivenous Inflammatory Cuffing in a Patient with Proven Sarcoid. Left eye. Pair with C3_01. Anatomy: Retina. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to sarcoid infiltration with retinal venous exudation? Disease/ Diagnosis: Sarcoid papillopathy with perivenous inflammatory disease. Clinical: Unknown?Image
188 C303 Nodular Papillopathies (Sarcoid)Lumpy infiltrative papillopathy in a patient with proven sarcoid. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to sarcoid infiltration. Disease/ Diagnosis: Sarcoid papillopathy. Clinical: Unknown?Image
189 C304 Nodular Papillopathies (Sarcoid)Lumpy nodular disc infiltration from sarcoid. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to sarcoid infiltration. Disease/ Diagnosis: Sarcoid papillopathy. Clinical: Unknown?Image
190 C305 Nodular Papillopathies (Sarcoid)July 1984 shows multiple infiltrative nodules on the optic disc in addition to circumferential subretinal yellow exudates. 32 year old black woman. Same patient as C3_06 and C3_07. Anatomy: Optic disc; Retina. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to sarcoid infiltration and retinal exudation. Disease/ ...Image
191 C306 Nodular Papillopathies (Sarcoid)Lumpy disc swelling with retinal folds and a macular star in a patient with sarcoid. Presentation in October 1983. Same patient as C3_05 and C3_07. Anatomy: Optic disc; Retina. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to sarcoid infiltration. Disease/ Diagnosis: Axoplasmic stasis due to sarcoid infiltration...Image
192 C307 Nodular Papillopathies (Sarcoid)Fluorescein angiogram shows striking staining of the sarcoid nodules. July 1984. Same patient as C3_05 and C3_06. Corresponds with July 1984 image, C3_06. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to sarcoid infiltration. Disease/ Diagnosis: Sarcoid papillopathy. Clinical: Unknown?Image
193 C308 Nodular Papillopathies (Sarcoid)Nodular infiltrative papillopathy in a patient with sarcoid. Woman. Anatomy: Optic disc. Pathology: Axoplasmic stasis due to sarcoid infiltration. Disease/ Diagnosis: Sarcoid papillopahty. Clinical: Unknown?Image
194 C31 Empty DiscRight eye. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Same patient as C_32. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
195 C32 Empty DiscLeft eye. Papillorenal Syndrome (PRS). Same patient as C_31. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
196 C33 Anomalous Pale DiscWoman. Multiple cilioretinal arteries. Veins all empty into eye. Anomalous venous exit from nasal edge of optic disc. Visual function normal. Pair with C_36. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
197 C34 Anomalous Pale DiscMultiple cilioretinal arteries. Anomalous venous exit from nasal edge of optic disc (Vein of Kraupa). Visual function normal. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
198 C35 Anomalous Pale DiscMacro disc appears pale because of large diameter. Woman. Right eye. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
199 C36 Anomalous Pale DiscMultiple cilioretinal arteries. Pale appearance. Normal optic nerve function. Good example of "empty disc". Pair with C_33. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
200 C37 Anomalous Pale Disc"Watermelon" disc. Woman. Normal function. Left eye. Anatomy: Optic disc.Image
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