A Clinical Case from the Archives : 08/12/2006

How would you describe this fundus? To which species might it belong?

Its a paurangiotic fundus, indeed verging on anangiotic, with only very sparse vessels arising form the disc. It comes from an African elephant and is taken from the ground-breaking monograph by this chap, Gordon Lindsay Johnson, back in the Philosophical Transactions of the Zoological Society of London of 1901!


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