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Figure 1: Various imaging modalities demonstrating the presence of optic disc drusen in the pediatric patient. (a) Fundus autofluorescence demonstrating focal hyperfluorescence from drusen. (b) B-scan ultrasonography. Hyperechogenicity at the optic nerve head localizes to the calcified opacities (arrow). (c) Fundus photo with typical “lumpy bumpy” optic disc appearance secondary to multiple drusen. (d) Fundus photo of disc drusen associated with mild optic disc vessel obscuration (arrow), presenting a diagnostic challenge when trying to distinguish between true edema and pseudopapilledema

Figure 1: Various imaging modalities demonstrating the presence of optic disc drusen in the pediatric patient. (a) Fundus autofluorescence demonstrating focal hyperfluorescence from drusen. (b) B-scan ultrasonography. Hyperechogenicity at the optic nerve head localizes to the calcified opacities (arrow). (c) Fundus photo with typical “lumpy bumpy” optic disc appearance secondary to multiple drusen. (d) Fundus photo of disc drusen associated with mild optic disc vessel obscuration (arrow), presenting a diagnostic challenge when trying to distinguish between true edema and pseudopapilledema