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The optic nerve, also called cranial nerve II, transmits visual information from the retina to the brain.
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Optic nerve hypoplasia is a medical condition that results in underdevelopment of the optic nerve(s). Optic nerve hypoplasia is the most common congenital optic disc anomaly in which the optic disc appears abnormally small, due to the fact that not all the optic nerve...
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The optic nerve from each eye carries impulses to the brain, where visual ... Damage to an optic nerve or damage to its pathways to the brain results in loss ...
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A stroke of the optic nerve is caused by ischemia or poor circulation to the ... intraocular pressure may improve the blood flow to and through the optic nerve. ...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... Using an ophthalmoscope, the head of the optic nerve can be easily seen. ...
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The optic nerve originates from the bipolar cells of the retina which are ... electrical activity to the central nervous system through the optic nerve. ...
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What are the signs and symptoms of an optic nerve glioma? ... What is the treatment for optic nerve sheath meningioma? ... of the Optic Nerve Center well known? ...
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Bilateral optic nerve injury is much less frequent than unilateral injury. Hippocrates described optic nerve injuries in De Morbis Vulgaribus' as early as ...
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The optic nerve originates from the confluence of ganglion cell axons as they ... Optic nerve axons congregate into bundles as they pass through thelamina cribrosa. ...
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Optic Nerve Head Drusen. Signs and Symptoms ... Within the optic nerve, the hyaline bodies are confined anterior to the lamina ...
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The optic nerve transmits electrical impulses from the retina to the brain. ... The retina's sensory receptor cells of retina are absent from the optic nerve. ...
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