From the case: Optic disc drusen

Axial non-contrast
System: Head & Neck
Tags: orbit
Modality: CT (non-contrast)

- “ The findings are those of optic disc drusen, which causes blurring of the optic disc margins on fundal examination, mimicking papilledema. ”

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  • Optic disc drusen - “ Optic disc drusen (ODD) are also known as hyaline bodies and are a relatively common entity. They are usually found incidentally on CT or on follo...”

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