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EMQ: 23

Lesions seen on ophthalmoscopy

a)      Papilloedema

b)      Papillitis

c)      Optic atrophy

d)      Glaucoma

e)      Central retinal artery occlusion

f)        Angioid streaks

g)      Central retinal vein occlusion

h)     Choroidoretinitis

i)        Retinitis pigmentosa

j)        Drusen

1) On examination of the fundus you note yellowish-white patchy exudates and haemorrhages

2) On examination of the fundus you note that the optic cup is filled. The disc is more pink than normal. The margins of the disc are difficult to define. The veins are engorged and non-pulsatile. The blood vessels disappear as the traverse the edge of the disc.

3) On examination of the fundus you note multiple discrete yellowish-white spots around the macula and the posterior aspect of the retina

4) On examination of the fundus you note that the optic cup is deep. The blood vessels appear to climb out of the cup which looks like a well

5) On examination of the fundus you note that the disc looks pale .the number of blood vessels crossing the discs is reduced

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