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201 Vascular disc anomalies - retinal arteriovenous malformationsRetinal arteriovenous malformations. Note ghost vessels, signs of involution within the malformation. Natural history is spontaneous involution of arterial loops within the malformation.Image
202 Vascular disc anomalies - retinal arteriovenous malformationsRetinal arteriovenous malformations showing a complete arteriovenous loop nasally. 19 year old female. Composite photograph.Image
203 Vascular disc anomalies - retinal arteriovenous malformationsRetinal arteriovenous malformations. Composite photograph. Notice there are at least two complete loops, nasally and infratemporally. Notice the signs of early involution centrally (white).Image
204 Vascular disc anomalies - retinal arteriovenous malformationsRetinal arteriovenous malformations. Wyburn-Mason Syndrome. Angiogram showing extension of vascular malformation up the right optic nerve (arrow) through the thalamus and into the right visual cortex. References #3 and #73Image
205 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyRight eye, 1997, pairs with IB1_13, striking arteriole narrowingImage
206 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophy1991, acute AION in a disc with a cup, pair with IB1_14b.Image
207 Post ischemic (AION) atrophy in a disc with a cup1996, same as IB1_14a five years later reveals pallor, arteriole narrowing and optic cup.Image
208 Post radiation papillopathyRight eye, 1982, Bizarre drusen like bodies on the pale atrophic disc. Note arteriolar narrowing. Note peripapillary circumferential retinal exudate.Image
209 Post radiation papillopathyLeft eye, 1987, Marked arteriolar narrowing. Occluded arteriole at 7:00 Diffuse hemorrhage. Neovascularization on the discImage
210 Post radiation papillopathy1975, left eye. Bizarre arteriolar narrowings and neovascularization.Image
211 Post radiation papillopathy1973. Although patient lived, she was blinded by her radiation treatment for glioma. Note retinal arterioles are so small they are barely visible.Image
212 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyLeft eye, 1997, pairs with IB1_12, striking arteriole narrowingImage
213 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyLeft eye, 1993, Male, Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophy, patient had previous acute AION, Note arteriolar constriction at 7:00 and 11:00, Pairs with IB1_2Image
214 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyRight eye, 1993, Male, acute AION. Note the pallid swelling, the small linear hemorrhage at 3:00, and also note that at this stage the retinal arteriole have not become narrowed. Pairs with IB1_1Image
215 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyAugust 1984, Note severe arteriole narrowingImage
216 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyJanuary 1969, right eye, striking focal arteriolar narrowing at 4:00 and 10:00.Image
217 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophy1985, right eye, striking focal arteriolar narrowing. Right eye involved two years before the left eye. Woman. Pairs with IB1_6Image
218 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophy1985, left eye, striking focal arteriolar narrowing. Inferior altitudinal hemianopia. Woman. Pairs with IB1_5Image
219 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophy1985, right eye, striking focal arteriolar narrowingImage
220 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyMarch 1978, right eye, patient had inferior field defect, top half of optic nerve is atrophic, hemiatrophy, blood vessels are focally narrow, bottom half of disc is normalImage
221 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyRight eye, 1983 Top half of disc is pale. Striking focal arteriole narrowing.Image
222 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyLeft eye, 1971, upper half of disc is pale with constricted arteriole at 11:00Image
223 Post ischemic (AION) cupless atrophyRight eye, 1985, patient had inferior altitudinal field defect. Arteriole are narrowing, subtle, but present at 4:00.Image
224 Normal peripapillary nerve fiber layerThis is a normal peripapillary nerve fiber layer in a young woman. Note the way the nerve fiber striations obscure and partially bury the small vessels running across them. Also note the interrupted surface reflex on arteries due to interposed nerve fiber layer tissue. All these vessels are buried i...Image
225 Normal peripapillary nerve fiber layerMagnification of same disc shown in 1a. Whole fields of Gunn's Dots are visible. Note the way that the reflexes from the internal limiting membrane bend over vertically running arterioles. This is a tent-like effect. Gunn's Dots are footplates of Muller's cells and reflect light from the ophthalmosc...Image
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