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Micro images
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Fig 1: Schnabel cavernous degeneration; 2: loss of axons, leading to widened pial septa and mucopolysaccharide accumulation; 3: grade III cavernous degeneration involving 50-75% of diameter of optic nerve; 4: grade IV cavernous degeneration involvement > 75% of diameter of optic nerve

End of Eye > Orbit and optic nerve > Schnabel cavernous degeneration of optic nerve



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