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Figure 1: Inflight (Launch + 90 days) fundus photographs of right and left eye. Mild right optic disc swelling (arrowhead) and horizontal choroidal folds (arrow) superior to the disc. Source: Mader TH, Gibson CR, Otto CA, Sargsyan AE, Miller NR, Subramanian PS, et al. Persistent asymmetric optic disc swelling after long-duration space flight: Implications for pathogenesis. J Neuroophthalmol 2017;37:133-139. (Open source: Reprinted with permission)

Figure 1: Inflight (Launch + 90 days) fundus photographs of right and left eye. Mild right optic disc swelling (<i>arrowhead</i>) and horizontal choroidal folds (<i>arrow</i>) superior to the disc. <i>Source:</i> Mader TH, Gibson CR, Otto CA, Sargsyan AE, Miller NR, Subramanian PS, <i>et al</i>. Persistent asymmetric optic disc swelling after long-duration space flight: Implications for pathogenesis. J Neuroophthalmol 2017;37:133-139. (Open source: Reprinted with permission)