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201 Crowded disc--familyLeft eye. PP3 a & b: sister; PP4 a & b brother; Congenital disc margin blurring with crowded discs. Excellent example of pseudo papilledema.Image
202 Cyanotic heart disease with clubbing of fingernailsNote the cyanotic nail beds and clubbing.Image
203 Cyanotic heart disease with clubbing of toesBilateral Papilledema with cyanotic heart disease.Image
204 Diffuse atrophyPrimary or retrograde optic atrophy. It occurs from any injury to an optic nerve in the orbit or within the skull. Diffuse optic atrophy and blindness from nerve compression by pituitary tumor. Black woman. 1974. Note that retrograde optic atrophy can be associated with narrowed retinal arterioles i...Image
205 Diffuse atrophyBilateral primary or retrograde optic atrophy from bilateral optic nerve sheath meningiomas. Pair with IIA1_2b. Right eye. 1984Image
206 Diffuse atrophyBilateral primary or retrograde optic atrophy from bilateral optic nerve sheath meningiomas. Pair with IIA1_2a. Left eye. 1984Image
207 Diffuse AtrophyNerve fiber appearance about 6 weeks after indirect injury to optic nerve. Note near total absence of nerve fiber reflexes. Photo shows remaining streaks of inferior arcuate nerve fiber membranes dissolving into nothing. 1972Image
208 Diffuse AtrophyPrimary optic atrophy following optic neuritis. 1960. Note absence of all retinal nerve fiber layer reflex in the peripapillary retina. The retinal vessels appear to lie on the retina without any tissue surrounding them. Normal looking arterioles.Image
209 Diffuse AtrophyPrimary optic atrophy following head injury. 1982. Normal looking arterioles.Image
210 Diffuse AtrophyPrimary optic atrophy from optic nerve compression by aneurysm. Note narrowing of retinal arterioles. Pair with IIA1_8Image
211 Diffuse AtrophyPrimary optic atrophy from optic nerve compression by aneurysm. Note narrowing of retinal arterioles. Close up showing arcuate streaks of nerve fibers entering inferior optic disc. Pair with IIA1_7.Image
212 Diffuse Atrophy - Evolution of optic disc palor after optic nerve transectionEvolution of optic disc pallor after optic nerve transection. Normal Right eye. Photo taken December 9, 1978Image
213 Diffuse Atrophy - Evolution of optic disc palor after optic nerve transectionInjury on December 8, 1978. Evolution of optic disc pallor after optic nerve transection. Woman having rhinoplasty suffered optic nerve transection. One day after nerve transection. Note dilated veins. Left eye. Photo taken December 9, 1978Image
214 Diffuse Atrophy - Evolution of optic disc palor after optic nerve transectionInjury on December 8, 1978. Evolution of optic disc pallor after optic nerve transection. Woman having rhinoplasty suffered optic nerve transection. Left eye. Photo taken January 11, 1979 - 33 days post accident. Note superior and inferior arcuate nerve fiber bundles are thinned. Optic disc shows s...Image
215 Diffuse Atrophy - Evolution of optic disc palor after optic nerve transectionInjury on December 8, 1978. Evolution of optic disc pallor after optic nerve transection. Woman having rhinoplasty suffered optic nerve transection. Left eye. Photo taken January 18, 1979 - 40 days post accident. Retinal nerve fiber layer appears thinner and disc is paler.Image
216 Diffuse Atrophy - Evolution of optic disc palor after optic nerve transectionInjury on December 8, 1978. Evolution of optic disc pallor after optic nerve transection. Woman having rhinoplasty suffered optic nerve transection. Left eye. Photo taken February 14, 1979 - 65 days post accident. Optic disc is completely pale. All evidence of retinal nerve fiber layer is gone.Image
217 Disc edema with systemic hypertension.Left eye. Note generalized arterial narrowing. Low grade disc edema and multiple splinter hemorrhages. The patient had severe hypertension from kidney failure. Additional yellow intraretinal exudate at the macula. 20 year old male patient. Right eye. Pair with D2_02Image
218 Disc edema with systemic hypertension.Right eye. Note generalized arteriole narrowing. Low grade disc edema and multiple splinter hemorrhages. The patient had severe hypertension from kidney failure. Additional yellow intraretinal exudate at the macula. 20 year old male patient. Pair with D2_01Image
219 Disc edema with systemic lupus.Unilateral disc swelling with narrowed arterioles. No decrease in visual acuity or field. 19 year old woman. Patient died of cerebral lupus within two months.Image
220 Disc edema with systemic lupus.28 year old woman. Vision 20/20 but blind spot enlarged. Same patient as D1_03. Right eye.Image
221 Disc edema with systemic lupus.28 year old woman with systemic Lupus erythematosus. Vision 20/20 but blind spot enlarged. Same patient as D1_02. Magnified.Image
222 Disc edema with systemic lupus.Unilateral disc swelling and enlarged blind spot. Patient had episcleritis 4 weeks before this image was taken. 14 year old girl.Image
223 Disc edema with systemic lupus.Mild disc edema blurs the inferior disc margin. Flourescein angiogram in D1_06. Same patient as D1_06 an D1_07. Man.Image
224 Disc edema with systemic lupus.Flourescein angiogram shows evidence of vascular papillopathy. (Lupus) Same patient as D1_05 an D1_07Image
225 Disc edema with systemic lupus.Late stage Flourescein angiogram showing flourescein leakage on the disc and around the neighboring vessels. Note this amount of edema could not be appreciated in the colored fundus image D1_05. Same patient as D1_06 an D1_05Image
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