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Figure 7

Figure 7. From: Evaluation of Coexisting Optic Nerve Head Drusen and Glaucoma with Optical Coherence Tomography.

Case 2. A, The NFL in the right eye on red-free photography appears normal, with intact NFL striations. B, Red-free photography in the left eye shows diffuse NFL loss, with no focal defects seen.

Shiyoung Roh, et al. Ophthalmology. ;104(7):1138-1144.
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Figure 3. From: Evaluation of Coexisting Optic Nerve Head Drusen and Glaucoma with Optical Coherence Tomography.

Case 1. A, Red-free photography reveals atrophic optic nerve and diffuse NFL loss in the right eye. B, Red-free photography shows diffuse NFL loss. Note retinal hemorrhage has diminished. Arrows indicate areas of drusen.

Shiyoung Roh, et al. Ophthalmology. ;104(7):1138-1144.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Evaluation of Coexisting Optic Nerve Head Drusen and Glaucoma with Optical Coherence Tomography.

Case 1. Dense inferior arcuate scotoma demonstrated on automated visual field testing of left eye. The scotoma corresponds to the ONHD location in the superonasal quadrant of the optic nerve.

Shiyoung Roh, et al. Ophthalmology. ;104(7):1138-1144.
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Figure 6. From: Evaluation of Coexisting Optic Nerve Head Drusen and Glaucoma with Optical Coherence Tomography.

Case 2. A, Optic nerve photograph in the right eye shows cup/disk ratio of 0.5 with an intact neuroretinal rim. B, Optic nerve photograph in the left eye reveals drusen inferiorly (arrows). Note the full appearance of the optic disk, particularly inferiorly in the region of the drusen. No cupping is evident in the left eye.

Shiyoung Roh, et al. Ophthalmology. ;104(7):1138-1144.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Evaluation of Coexisting Optic Nerve Head Drusen and Glaucoma with Optical Coherence Tomography.

Case 1. A, Optic nerve photograph shows severely cupped optic nerve head in the right eye with no drusen evident. B, ONHD are most concentrated in the superior and nasal regions in the left eye (arrows). The optic nerve appears full with no clinical evidence of glaucomatous cupping. Associated retinal heme is seen inferotemporally in the left eye.

Shiyoung Roh, et al. Ophthalmology. ;104(7):1138-1144.
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Figure 8

Figure 8. From: Evaluation of Coexisting Optic Nerve Head Drusen and Glaucoma with Optical Coherence Tomography.

Case 2. A, The NFL in the right eye by OCT measurements in the right eye is thick inferiorly (arrows). Arrowhead points to numerical value of inferior NFL thickness (152 microns). B, Despite the full appearance of the optic nerve in the left eye, the NFL is thinned in the left eye compared to the right eye, particularly in the inferior quadrant (arrows). Arrowhead points to numerical value of average NFL thickness in in the inferior quadrant (86 microns).

Shiyoung Roh, et al. Ophthalmology. ;104(7):1138-1144.
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Figure 4. From: Evaluation of Coexisting Optic Nerve Head Drusen and Glaucoma with Optical Coherence Tomography.

Example of normal NFL as measured by OCT. The NFL tomograph is represented by the most superficial red reflectance layer. The inferior NFL is seen between the arrows. The average measurement of each of the quadrants is seen in the center circular scan, below the tomograph. Arrowhead points to the numerical value (in microns) of the inferior quadrant. The numerical NFL measurements of each clock hour are seen on the right circular scan.

Shiyoung Roh, et al. Ophthalmology. ;104(7):1138-1144.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Evaluation of Coexisting Optic Nerve Head Drusen and Glaucoma with Optical Coherence Tomography.

Case 1. A, The right eye has virtually no measurable NFL present by OCT measurements, as expected by the appearance of the optic nerve in the right eye. The temporal and inferior quadrants show some measurable NFL (arrowheads). Note the thinned superficial reflectance layer. The arrows point to the NFL at its thickest portion on the tomograph. B, In the left eye, the NFL is thinnest in the superonasal area in which the drusen are most abundant. Arrows point to region in which the NFL is spared — the inferotemporal region. The corresponding numerical value is seen by the arrow-heads inferiorly (45 microns) and temporally (47 microns). Note the extremely thinned NFL in the left eye despite the full appearance of the optic nerve seen in Figure 1B.

Shiyoung Roh, et al. Ophthalmology. ;104(7):1138-1144.

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