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Saturday, October 30, 2010


The photo below is of a retinoschisis. A retinoschisis is a separation of inner layers of the retina from the outer layers of the retina. Usually a retinoschisis is dome shamed. This one, however, is unusual in that it has a steep ridge. This one looks like the head of a wood golf club.


The above picture is what the normal optic nerve looks like.

This is a picture of an optic nerve coloboma. It occurs when the eye doesn't develop completely. A coloboma is like a huge crater with the optic nerve on one of the slopes. This patient's vision is only mildly decreased.