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Atrophy of myelinated nerve fibres in the retina in optic neuritis.
  1. J. A. Sharpe and
  2. M. D. Sanders

    Abstract

    Atrophy of the nerve fibres in the retina visible by direct ophthalmoscopy using red-free illumination, together with corresponding scotomata in the visual fields, signified retrograde degeneration of retinal nerve fibres from multiple sclerosis. Defects in medullated retinal nerve fibres were continous with arcuate nerve fibre bundle defects. These myelin defects exemplify secondary demyelination of optic axons.

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