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Fig 1A: intense beta amyloid precursor protein staining in distal optic nerve caudal to lamina cribrosa; B: high power shows axonal beading and small swellings; C: H&E does not show axonal swellings; D: neurofilament stain doesn't detect axonal injury
Fig 2: beta amyloid precursor protein of retina shows extensive focal axonal injury within nerve fiber layer
Fig 3: distal optic nerve of SIDS infant shows weak beta amyloid precursor protein staining without beading or swelling

End of Eye > Orbit and optic nerve > Shaken baby syndrome and optic nerve



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