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201 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaRight eye. Congenital right homonymous hemianopia. Absent nerve fiber layer in right eye. Same patient as H_104.Image
202 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaLeft eye. Contrast with nasal nerve fiber in right eye, H_103.Image
203 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaLeft congenital homonymous hemianopia. Right occipital AVM. Nasal nerve fiber layer loss in left eye. Compare with right eye. Same patient as H_106.Image
204 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaSame patient as H_105.Image
205 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaDiagram of homonymous hemioptic hypoplasia showing pattern of preserved nerve fibers. Homonymous hemioptic hypoplasia. Fundoscopic features in standard and red-free illumination in three patients with congenital hemiplegia.Image
206 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaRight eye. Same patient as H_91.Image
207 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaVisual field. Left eye. Right inferior homonymous. Same patient as H_94, H_95, H_96, H_97.Image
208 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaVisual field. Right eye. Quatrantanopia. Same patient as H_93, H_95, H_96, H_97.Image
209 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaRight eye with temporal field defect shows trans-synaptic band atrophy. Absence of nasal nerve fibers. Same patient as H_93, H_94, H_96, H_97.Image
210 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaLeft eye has nasal quadrantic field defect. Same patient as H_93, H_94, H_95, H_97.Image
211 Occipital hemianoptic hypoplasiaMRI scan shows left occipital lobe periventricular leuko-melacia. Same patient as H_93, H_94, H_95, H_96.Image
212 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Nasal hypoplasiaVisual field of patient in H_43. Flag-like temporal field defect from patient with nasal segmental disc hypoplasia.Image
213 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Nasal hypoplasiaNasal hypoplasia barely perceptible on disc. Nasal retinal nerve fibers are completely absent from 7:00 - 12:00.Image
214 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Nasal hypoplasiaBilateral nasal hypoplasia with bilateral flag-like temporal field defect. Right eye. Same patient as H_45.Image
215 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Nasal hypoplasiaBilateral nasal hypoplasia with bilateral flag-like temporal field defect. Left eye. Same patient as H_44.Image
216 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Nasal hypoplasiaNasal hypoplasia with suspected nasal pit about 3:00. Right eye. Man with temporal sector field defect. Same patient as H_47.Image
217 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Nasal hypoplasiaNormal left eye. Same patient as H_46.Image
218 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Nasal hypoplasiaBilateral nasal hypoplasia with absence of nasal nerve fiber layer and corresponding flag-like temporal field defect. Right eye. Same patient as H_49.Image
219 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Nasal hypoplasiaBilateral nasal hypoplasia with absence of nasal nerve fiber layer and corresponding flag-like temporal field defect. Left eye. Same patient as H_48.Image
220 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Nasal hypoplasiaRight eye. Nasal hypoplasia with nasal pit. Same patient as H_51.Image
221 Segmental hypoplasia - Retinal - Nasal hypoplasiaVisual field showing flag-like temporal field defect in patient shown in H_50.Image
222 Papilledema due to brain tumor - natural historyLeft eye at presentation. Papilledema due to acoustic neuronoma(tumor) - 3 year natural history. Patient refused treatment. Man.Image
223 Papilledema due to brain tumor - natural historyLeft eye 23 months after presentation. Atrophy is replacing papilledema in both eyes. Papilledema due to brain tumor - 3 year natural history. Patient refused treatment. Man.Image
224 Papilledema due to brain tumor - natural historyRight eye 33 months after presentation. Atrophy appears about the same. Notice especially the narrowing of retinal arterioles. Visual loss is severe in both eyes. Papilledema due to brain tumor - 3 year natural history. Patient refused treatment. Man.Image
225 Papilledema due to brain tumor - natural historyRight eye at 27 months after presentation. Atrophy is more profound in both eyes. Papilledema due to brain tumor - 3 year natural history. Patient refused treatment. Man.Image
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