Optic Nerve Aplasia
Optic nerve aplasia, a lack of optic nerve axons and retinal blood vessels, is very rare. The choroidal pattern is clearly visible. When bilateral, optic nerve aplasia is usually associated with other CNS malformations; when unilateral, it can occur with normal brain development.
Figure 26-9 Melanocytoma of the optic disc and adjacent retina.
(Courtesy of Scott Lambert, MD.)
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