ocular ultrasonography

ocular ultrasonography

Orbital ultrasound Imaging A diagnostic technique that uses ultrasound to produce 2-D images of the eye and surrounding tissues; because MRI and CT images are superior, OU is limited to office practice to screen suspected orbital and periorbital masses
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Ocular ultrasonography has been demonstrated to be an effective, rapid, and economical technique for evaluating the globe and the orbit, especially when anterior segment opacity limits posterior segment examination.
The fundus of the right eye could not be examined because of fibrin strands in the anterior chamber, but ocular ultrasonography showed no vitreous inflammation.
Keywords: Ehrlichiosis; ocular ultrasonography; retinal detachment
Ocular ultrasonography was performed as per the technique as outlined by Williams and Wilkie (1996).
The hyperechoic cornea, anterior and posterior capsules of lens and posterior wall of globe in healthy eye were taken as ocular ultrasonography 'landmarks' during the study (Fig.1).
Ocular ultrasonography [Figure 1], b1, FFA, ICGA, and MRI examinations implied that the tumor was choroidal melanoma.
The diagnostic accuracy of bedside ocular ultrasonography for the diagnosis of retinal detachment: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Simultaneous A And B Scan In Diagnostic Ocular Ultrasonography. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology 1992; 40:35-7.
Additionally, 3 of the 17 birds were anesthetized for bilateral B-mode ocular ultrasonography examination to obtain axial globe measurements.
Fourteen birds were examined on site at the Sunset Zoo; the remaining 3 birds underwent examination at the Kansas State University Veterinary Health Center during the visit for ocular ultrasonography. The Kansas State University Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee approved this study.
Ocular ultrasonography revealed no evidence of retinal detachment, and electroretinography revealed normal retinal function.