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I’d argue the diagnosis is wrong. There is a surface disc druse on the left disc superonasally with bilateral trifurcation of the arcades. There are no others signs of papilloedema in either fund and there is no mention of symptoms in the vignette.
Your comments are correct but the question is pertaining to “differential diagnosis” or your list of POTENTIAL diagnoses to consider with the appearance of these optic nerves. The question is NOT stating that this is the actual diagnosis for this patient. The purpose of this question is to consider ALL the likely diagnoses to consider or rule-out.
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