A case study of optic atrophy
Jagruti Arun Rajale, Dr. Mahesh R.Sherkar, Vikas B. Wamane, Dipali shirsath
Optic nerve, eye, optic neuropathy, optic atrophy.
The optic nerve meets the posterior a part of the globe barely nasal to a posterior pole and barely above the horizontal meridian. Inside the attention that is factor is visible because the optic disc. There isn't any mild touch mobileular on a optic disc and for this reason the blind spot that every person can discover a discipline of vision. The optic nerves incorporate approximately 1,000,000 nerve fibers, every of which has a mobileular frame withinside the ganglion mobileular layer of the retina. Nerve fiber sweeps throughout the internal maximum a part of the retina to attain the optic disc. They may be visible with a ophthalmoscope through cautiously determined the manner mild is pondered off the internal floor of the retina. The retinal vessel is likewise embedded at the internal floor of the retina. There is consequently a gap, that's the thickness of obvious retina, among the retinal vessel and the stippled pigment epithelium. Apart from the optic nerve, the posterior pole of a globe is likewise perforated through numerous lengthy and quick ciliary nerves. These incorporate parasympathetic, sympathetic and sensory fibers, which especially deliver muscle of the iris (dilator and sphincter) and ciliary frame (ciliary muscles).
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 619 - 624
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