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176 Optic nerve sheath meningiomaRight eye. Woman with ophthalmoplegia proptosis for 14 years. Visual field reduced due to optic nerve sheath meningioma. Notice large optociliary vessel temporally.Image
177 Optic nerve sheath meningiomaOptic nerve sheath meningioma. Note optociliary vein at 3:00. The disc is atrophic.Image
178 Optic nerve sheath meningiomaOptic nerve sheath meningioma. Note optociliary vessels on the disc. The disc is partially atrophic and blurred by previous edema. The cause of the choroidal scar was not determined.Image
179 EvulsionBB injury of the optic nerve with traumatic evulsion. The missile went through the eyeball and hit the optic disc.Image
180 EvulsionPartial evulsion of the left optic nerve.Image
181 EvulsionPartial evulsion of the right optic nerve. Notice what is left of superior optic nerve.Image
182 Purtchers traumatic retinopathyRight eye. Blind due to chest crush with broken ribs. 18 year old male.Image
183 Purtchers traumatic retinopathyRight eye. Purtcher's retinopathy caused by chest crush from seat belt.Image
184 Purtchers traumatic retinopathyLeft eye. After auto accident in which the patient's chest was squeezed. Same eye as G2_07Image
185 Purtchers traumatic retinopathyLeft eye. Large pre-retinal hemorrhage. Same eye as G2_06.Image
186 Traumatic AIONTraumatic vitreopapillary evulsion (traumatic AION). Traumatic AION from evulsion of the vitreopapillary adhesion. Leakage on disc surface where vitreous was adherent. Pair with G2_9bImage
187 Traumatic AIONTraumatic vitreopapillary evulsion (traumatic AION). Fluorescein angiogram shows petal shaped avascular zones on the surface of the disc.. Pair with G2_8aImage
188 A301a Disc swelling. Chorioretinal diseasea and b same eye. Bad chorioretinal scars with disc swelling.Image
189 A302b Disc swelling. Chorioretinal diseaseBad chorioretinal scars with disc swelling. Temporal extent of chorioretinal scarring. A and B are the same eye.Image
190 A303 Disc swelling. Chorioretinal diseaseNeovascular net. Disc swelling with peripapillary neo-vascularization with subretinal hemorrhage.Image
191 Medullated nerve fibers with papilledemaRight eye. Papilledema superimposed upon medullated nerve fibers. Man with metastatic gastric carcinoma.Image
192 Post papilledema retinal choroidal bypass (optociliary)Left eye. Post papilledema retinal choroidal bypass (optociliary). Arterial venous malformation draining into saggital sinus causing papilledema and retinal choroidal collaterals.Image
193 Bilateral Papilledema from occipital tumorLeft eye. Bilateral hemorrhagic papilledema. Occipital glioma. Woman.Image
194 Bilateral Papilledema from occipital tumorRight eye. Bilateral hemorrhagic papilledema. Occipital glioma. Right hemianopia. Woman.Image
195 Post papilledema retinal choroidal bypass (optociliary)Right eye. Post papilledema retinal choroidal bypass (optociliary). Arterial venous malformation draining into saggital sinus causing papilledema and retinal choroidal collaterals.Image
196 PanhypoplasiaCruzon's Disease. 26 year old man. Right eye. Mild hypoplasia. Son of patient in H_11 and H_12. Same patient in H_31. Father of patient in H_32.Image
197 PanhypoplasiaCruzon's Disease. 47 year old woman. Right eye. Mild hypoplasia. Mother of patient in H_10 and H_31. Same patient as H_12. Grandmother of patient in H_32.Image
198 PanhypoplasiaCruzon's Disease. 47 year old woman. Left eye. Mild hypoplasia. Mother of patient in H_10 and H_31. Same patient as H_11. Grandmother of patient in H_32.Image
199 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaRight eye. Same patient as H_102.Image
200 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaLeft eye. Trans-synaptic band atrophy. Left homonymous hemianopia from right occipital porencephaly. Loss of nasal nerve fibers. Same patient as H_101.Image
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