Presentation Summary : Optic Nerve. Extends from retina to optic chiasma. 5 cm in length. 1 million fibres of optic nerve –unmyelinated in the retina and optic nerve head.
Source : http://www.aimshospital.org/hospital/internal_medicine/presentation/Dr.Sujith/Dept_presentations/Topic_Presentations/Cranial%20Nerve%20II.pptx
Presentation Summary : Organization Optic Nerve - pathways, lesions. Cranial Nerves - who’s on first. Parasympathetic & Sympathetic. Nerve Damage, Growth and Development.
Source : http://www.opt.uab.edu/class2012/1st%20Year/Fall%20A%202008/Ocular%20Anatomy/07%20Powerpoints/Opt112.No17Nerve1.ppt
Presentation Summary : Ipsilateral vision loss - Optic atrophy, retinal/optic nerve lesions, trauma. Visual loss (one or both eyes) - Optic chiasm or occipital lobe lesions.
Source : http://sthsanatomy.wikispaces.com/file/view/Cranial+Nerves.ppt
Presentation Summary : Localization of Brain Stem Lesions ... Optic nerve 3. Optic tract 4. Medial sulcus of the crus cerebri 5. Oculomotor nerve 6. Pons 7. Pyramidal eminence of the pons 8.
Source : http://www.selamhigherclinic.com/resources/neurology/presentation/Localization_of_Brain_Stem_Lesions.ppt
Presentation Summary : including 192 (50%) optic neuritis . and MR showed > 2 lesions. ... Optic nerve, brain stem, hypothalamus, area postrema, supraoptic nucleus, and periventricular regions.
Source : http://www.asrs.org/content/posters/arnoldhandout.ppt
Presentation Summary : Related to mycobacteria SARCOIDOSIS Systemic Involvement Lung lesions – 95% ... SARCOIDOSIS Granuloma in Fundus Optic nerve head granuloma Normal ...
Source : http://www.icoph.org/med/ppt/systemicr.ppt
Presentation Summary : Title: The effect of nerve growth factor on epithelial wound healing in normal dogs Author: Ellison Bentley Last modified by: Amanda Whiteman Created Date
Source : http://www.vetmed.wisc.edu/students/courses/miller/equine.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... MONOCULAR VISION LOSS Most often caused by vascular occlusion Less commonly caused by retinal or optic nerve lesions Treatment: Sudden Vision Loss Treatment: ...
Source : http://www.medicine.virginia.edu/clinical/departments/ophthalmology/education/Trauma.ppt
Presentation Summary : SARCOIDOSIS Systemic Involvement Lung lesions – 95% Thoracic ... SARCOIDOSIS Granuloma in Fundus Optic nerve head granuloma Normal optic nerve ...
Source : http://www.icoph.org/med/ppt/sarcoidosisr.ppt
Presentation Summary : Lesions medial to the optic nerve are best approached through a medial orbitotomy. If the lesions are large or posterior, the medial orbitotomy can be combined with ...
Source : http://www.medschool.lsuhsc.edu/neurosurgery/docs/Orbital%20Tumors.ppt
Presentation Summary : Visual field lesions and defects Neural pathway – Regional Anatomy of the Visual System What will happen if the left optic nerve is severed?
Source : http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/mchen/435Lectures/Visual7.ppt
Presentation Summary : Horizontal meridian respected in retinal and optic nerve head lesions. Vertical meridian respected in chiasmal and post chiasmal lesions.
Source : http://www.escrs.org/vienna2011/programme/handouts/IC-76/IC-76_Rowe_Handout.pptx
Presentation Summary : Relative Afferent Pupillary Defect Objective sign of optic nerve compromise Can be used to ... 6/6 VA both eyes Localising lesions by type of visual field defect ...
Source : http://www.fmhs.auckland.ac.nz/som/ophthalmology/teaching/_docs/ophthalmology-iii-visual-system.ppt
Presentation Summary : How can you differentiate optic nerve from optic nerve sheath lesions with CT and MR studies? MR Features of Normal Ocular and Orbital Tissues ...
Source : http://www.bashour.com/presentations/Orbital%20Imaging/Orbital%20Imaging.PPT
Presentation Summary : cranial nerve lesions. ... - Passes through optic foramen - Joins nerve from other side to form optic chiasm - Fibres from temporal visual fields cross in chiasm.
Source : http://www.emergencymed.co.za/powerpoint/2%20270110/CRANIAL%20NERVES.pptx
Presentation Summary : ... especially the retina The optic nerve The optic chiasma The optic ... Most lesions involving optic tract are usually large enough to involve the chiasm and ...
Source : http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/21932377/2129676595/name/Disorders+of+the+Chiasm.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... useful for intracranial disease and vascular lesions ... corneal exposure or optic nerve compression Debulking and cyst drainage usually Complete ...
Source : http://www2.utmb.edu/otoref/Grnds/Orbital-Tumors-2001-10/Orbital-Tumors-2001-10-slides.pps
Presentation Summary : ... glaucoma * Monocular retinal zone Nerve fiber/optic nerve zone Binocular chiasmal zone Post ... RETINAL DETACHMENT VISUAL FIELD Choroidal lesions care ...
Source : http://tritonnotes.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/vf-pp-week-3.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... before they continue on into the optic tract. See the lesions slide ... GSE & GVE of Oculomotor Optic nerve Optic tract Lateral Geniculate Nucleus ...
Source : http://www.d.umn.edu/~jfitzake/Lectures/DMED/Vision/OthersNotes/VisualPath.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... tuberculoid, dimorphous Ocular lesions most common in lepromatous type Direct ... overlying the lesion May spread to optic nerve, macula ...
Source : http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/22135553/1947047994/name/OCULAR+MANIFESTATIONS+OF+SYSTEMIC+DISEASES.ppt