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499 Possible Causes for Optic Disc Pallor

  • Night Blindness

    disc pallor.[] Evidence of optic atrophy with waxy pallor of the disc is usually visible. High myopia ( 6 diopters) is frequently present.[] Retinal thinning, bone spicule pigmentation, vascular attenuation, optic disc pallor, and pigmentary atrophy have all been noted.[]

  • Larsen's Syndrome

    disc pallor, thin retinal blood vessels, and retinal dystrophy; without retinal pigment changes.[] […] dictionary of medical eponyms Related people Egill Hansen Ingegerd Frøyshov Larsen Kåre Ingmar Berg A familial syndrome of progressive cone dystrophy with total colour blindness, optic[]

  • Lymphedema Distichiasis Syndrome

    disc pallor as in the oculo-cerebro-renal syndrome. 7 Other features described include synophrys (meeting of the eyebrows in the midline), venous abnormalities; 8 congenital[] […] cataracts, exotropia; 3 absent lacrimal duct; 5 epicanthus, telecanthus, blepharophimosis, colour blindness, eyelid oedema; 6 microphthalmos, dystrophic retinal pigmentation and optic[]

  • Esotropia

    Eyelid retraction Fourth cranial nerve palsy Duane anomaly Cranial nerve paralysis Rod-cone dystrophy Amblyopia Ptosis Hearing impairment Retinal dystrophy Optic disc pallor[] Progressive visual loss Corneal opacity Generalized seizures Intellectual disability, borderline Paroxysmal dyskinesia Congenital ptosis Visual impairment Upper eyelid retraction Pallor[]

  • Spasmus Nutans

    Likewise, afferent pupillary defects and even mild optic disc pallor can be missed, especially in a non-cooperative child.[] Warning signs to look for that might warrant a more hasty referral for brain MRI would be any evidence of optic nerve dysfunction such as optic disc pallor or relative afferent[] We feel, therefore, that patients with findings consistent with the diagnosis of spasmus nutans should be observed for changes in vision, optic disc pallor, and abnormalities[]

  • Late Congenital Syphilis

    disc pallor with sharp margins, and morphologically variable deposits of pigment.[] […] funduscopic variation is that of a bilateral secondary degeneration of the RPE, which may mimic retinitis pigmentosa with narrowing of the retinal and choroidal vessels, optic[]

  • Tacrolimus

    Dilated fundal examination showed bilateral generalised optic disc pallor, cup:disc ratio of 0.3 bilaterally. Retinal vessels were mildly attenuated bilaterally.[]

  • Tonic Pupil

    On dilated fundus examination, superior optic disc pallor was noted in the left eye (fig. 1b ).[] Initial FDT visual field and optic disc photographs. a FDT visual field at initial visit shows a left inferior altitudinal defect. b Superior optic disc pallor in the left[] […] neuropathy (usually results in a fast decline in visual acuity in both eyes, and diffuse optic disc pallor would have been expected).[]

  • Mucolipidosis

    Bilateral optic disc pallor was evident with no cherry red spot or retinitis pigmentosa.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy Type 1H

    Learn more about how to achieve it with Mendelian Learn more Other signs and symptoms that you may find interesting Myopia and Optic disc pallor, related diseases and genetic[]

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