Disorders where one or both optic discs have anomalous elevation resembling papilloedema with normal intraocular pressure. It may be caused by various local and systemic processes including optic disc drusen, small optic nerve head, crowded disc, hyaloid remnant, calcium deposits, tilted disc, myelinated nerve fibers, optic neuropathies, or tumor.

Also Known As

  • Pseudopapilloedema