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176 Temporal cupping with dominant hereditary optic atrophy1969. Dominant hereditary optic atrophy (Kjer) Pair with IF2_1a. Left eye. Boy with reduced central acuity since childhood. and the temporal nerve fiber layer is thin.Image
177 Temporal cupping with dominant hereditary optic atrophy1970. Right eye. Pair with IF2_5b. 55 year old woman with deficient vision all her life. Typical pattern of dominant hereditary atrophy. Temporal pallor and shallow cuppingImage
178 Temporal cupping with dominant hereditary optic atrophy1970. Left eye. Pair with IF2_5a. 55 year old woman with deficient vision all her life. Typical pattern of dominant hereditary atrophy. Temporal pallor and shallow cuppingImage
179 Papillitis with macular star. Cat Scratch Disease.Proven Bartonella neuroretinitis. Notice the deposit of exudates of Henle's layer making an almost complete macular star.Image
180 "Nettleship collaterals", a result of calcific embolization of the central retinal arteryResult of calcific embolization of the central retinal artery. The embolus itself can not be seen within the tissue of the optic disc. Numerous chorio-retino collaterals are filling the branches of a central retinal artery. Such an eye is always blind. These collaterals indicate that the patient pro...Image
181 Low tension glaucomaPossible low tension glaucoma. Patient with macro discs with remarkable cupping. Pair with IF1_4b. 1969.Image
182 Low tension glaucomaPossible low tension glaucoma. Patient with macro discs with remarkable cupping. Pair with IF1_4a. 1969.Image
183 Low tension glaucoma40 year old man. Megalopapilla. Right eye has superior arcuate field defect. Pair with IF1_5b.Image
184 Low tension glaucoma40 year old man. Megalopapilla. Left eye. Pair with IF1_5a.Image
185 Bilateral Papilledema from non-tumor etiologyBilateral Papilledema with tortuous dilated veins from chronic lung disease with cyanosis. Note the remarkable tortuosity of retinal veins, evidence of retinal cyanosis.Image
186 Bilateral Papilledema with exudative retinopathyLeft eye. Bilateral Papilledema with exudative retinopathy from vitamin A toxicity. Young boy. Near blind.Image
187 Bilateral Papilledema from non-tumor etiologyRight eye. Bilateral Papilledema with tortuous dilated veins from chronic lung disease with cyanosis. Note the remarkable toruosity of retinal veins, evidence of retinal cyanosis.Image
188 Bilateral Papilledema with exudative retinopathyLeft eye. Bilateral Papilledema with exudative retinopathy from vitamin A toxicity. Young boy. Near blind.Image
189 Bilateral Papilledema with exudative retinopathyRight eye. Bilateral Papilledema with exudative retinopathy from vitamin A toxicity. Young boy. Near blind.Image
190 Unilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Woman. Anomalous optic disc elevation in right eye only. This woman's case mimics unilateral papilledema from pseudotumor cerebri.Image
191 Unilateral PapilledemaLeft eye. Has no optic cup. Woman. Left optic disc is flat and cupless. This woman's case mimics unilateral papilledema from pseudotumor cerebri.Image
192 Unilateral PapilledemaLeft eye. Low grade papilledema. Obese woman complaining of headaches. Asymmetric papilledema.Image
193 Unilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Mild disc blurring. Obese woman complaining of headaches. Asymmetric papilledema.Image
194 Unilateral PapilledemaLeft eye. Has papilledema. Patient has Pseudotumor cerebri. WomanImage
195 Unilateral PapilledemaRight eye. Has no optic cup. Patient has pseudotumor cerebri. WomanImage
196 Superior segmental optic hypoplasia (SSOH) "Topless disc syndrome"Superior segmental optic hypoplasia. High exit point of central retinal vessels.Image
197 Superior segmental optic hypoplasia (SSOH) "Topless disc syndrome"Note superior segmental palor.Image
198 Superior segmental optic hypoplasia (SSOH) "Topless disc syndrome"Note superior choroidal crescent.Image
199 Superior segmental optic hypoplasia (SSOH) "Topless disc syndrome"High exit point of central retinal vessels.Image
200 Vascular disc anomalies - retinal arteriovenous malformationsRetinal arteriovenous malformations. No corresponding malformation of brain.Image
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