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Ultrasonography is an important adjuvant for the clinical assessment of a variety of ocular and orbital diseases. With proper use, one can gather a vast amount of information not possible with physical exam alone. Ultrasound is most useful when intraocular are difficult or impossible to examine. Situations that prevent normal examination include lid problems (severe edema, partial or total tarsorrhaphy), keratoprosthesis, corneal opacities, hyphema, hypopyon, miosis, pupillary membranes, dense cataracts, or vitreous opacities (hemorrhage, inflammatory debris). Diagnostic B-scan ultrasound…mehr

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Ultrasonography is an important adjuvant for the clinical assessment of a variety of ocular and orbital diseases. With proper use, one can gather a vast amount of information not possible with physical exam alone. Ultrasound is most useful when intraocular are difficult or impossible to examine. Situations that prevent normal examination include lid problems (severe edema, partial or total tarsorrhaphy), keratoprosthesis, corneal opacities, hyphema, hypopyon, miosis, pupillary membranes, dense cataracts, or vitreous opacities (hemorrhage, inflammatory debris). Diagnostic B-scan ultrasound accurately images intraocular structures and give valuable information on the status of the lens, vitreous, retina, choroid, and sclera. Ultrasound is also used for diagnostic purposes when pathology is clinically visible, such as differentiating iris or ciliary body lesions; ruling out ciliary body detachments; differentiating intraocular tumors, serous versus hemorrhagic choroidal detachments, rhegmatogenous versus exudative retinal detachments, and disc drusen versus papilledema; or determining functioning versus nonfunctioning glaucoma tube shunts.

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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 27.08.2008
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780387752440
  • Artikelnr.: 37287266
Autorenporträt
Dr. Roger P. Harrie is an adjunct professor in the Department of Ophthalmology/Visual Sciences at the University of Utah.

Cynthia Kendall has provided didactic, clinical and technical training to physicians, ophthalmic personnel, and bio-engineers in principles, examination techniques and design of diagnostic ultrasound for ophthalmology.
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Indications for Ophthalmic Ultrasound (Part 1) CS 1 Optic nerve drusen (1) CS 2 CB MM and sector cataract (3) CS 3 Small CB MM (4) CS 4 Iris bombe around IOL (5) CS 5 Choroidal MM (6) CS 6 Small choroidal MM (7) CS 7 PVD and retinal tear (8) CS 8 Vitreous syneresis (9) CS 9 Shallow RD (10) CS 10 Dacryoadenitis (11) CS 11 Optic nerve drusen (12) CS 12 Optic nerve druse and disc hemorrhage (13) CS 13 Central retinal artery embolus (14) CS 14 Retinoblastoma with fine Ca++ (15) CS 15 EOMs in Graves disease (16) CS 16 Orbital myositis (17) CS 17 Idiopathic choroidal folds (18) CS 18 Choroidal folds and orbital lymphoma (19) CS 19 Cavernous hemangioma (20) CS 20 Pleomorphic adenoma of lacrimal gland (21) CS 21 Infantile hemangioma (22) Basic Principles (Part 2) CS 22 Choroidal MM (24) CS 23 Retinoblastoma (25) CS 24 Shallow RD (26) CS 25 Pleomorphic Adenoma of lac (27) CS 26 Subretinal hemorrhage (28) CS 27 Posterior scleritis (29) CS 28 Lymphoma of EOMs (30) CS 29 Optic nerves in PC (31) CS 30 Lymphoma of ONs (32) Eye Pain (Part 3) CS 31 Untreated MM (file) CS 32 Secluded pupil (CS file) CS 33 UGH syndrome (CS file) CS 34 Mild sinusitis (34) CS 35 ONs in PC (35) CS 36 Sinus Polyp (36) CS 37 Ethmoid sinusitis (38) CS 38 Sinus MM (39) CS 39 Frontal ethmoidal mucocle (40) CS 40 FB in NL duct (41) CS 41 Dacryuoadenitis (43) CS 42 Dacryoadenitis and sarcoid (45) CS 43 Pleomorphic adenoma of lac (46) CS 44 Adenocystic ca of lac (48) CS 45 Superior oblique tenodonitis (49) CS 46 Orbital myositis (50) CS 47 Low-grade orbital myositis (51) CS 48 Orbital myositis and scleritis (54) CS 49 Posterior scleritis (55) CS 50 Benign reactive lym hyper ((56) CS 51 Orbital large cell lymph (57) CS 52 Choroiditis and VKH syndrome (58) CS 53 Inflammatory Graves disease (59) -- file image CS 54 Myositis and Graves disease (60) CS 55 Retrobulbar neuritis (61) CS 56 Sarocid optic neuritis (62) CS 57 Subperiosteal abscess (63) CS 58 Subperiosteal hemorrhage (64) CS 59 Bleed into lymphangioma (65) CS 60 Orbital metastasis (66) CS 61 Sinus carcinoma (67) CS 62 Cavernous hemangioma (68) CS 63 Orbital rhabdomyosarcoma (69) Blurred vision (Part 4) CS 64 Phthisis bulbi (70) CS 65 Pre-phthisis (CS file) CS 66 Optic nerve glioma (71) CS 67 Intumescent lens (73) CS 68 Accomodative spasm (74) CS 69 PVD with retinal tear (76) CS 70 Ruptured globe (77) CS 71 Choroidal hemorrhage (CS file) CS 72 Giant retinal tear (CS file) CS 73 Intrasceral foreign body (CS file) CS 74 Intrachoroidal silicone oil (CS file) CS 75 Subperiosteal hem (78) CS 76 Microophthalmos with cyst (79) CS 77 Topamax angle closure (80) CS 78 Cyclitic membrane (82) CS 79 CB MM (83) CS 80 CB MM with IOL displace (103) CS 81 MM of CB with lens displace (100) CS 82 Choroidal mm (84) CS 83 Choroidal mm (87) CS 84 PVD (88) CS 85 Vitreous traction (89) CS 86 Retinal tear (90) CS 87 Ret tear with SRF (91) CS 88 Choroidal MM (92) CS 89 Ocular toxo (93) CS 90 Ocular large cell lymph (95) CS 91 Endophthamitis (96) CS 92 P acnes enophthalmitis (CS file) CS 93 Vitreous abscess (CS file) CS 94 Vitreous hem (99) CS 95 Ciliary body cyst (101) CS 96 Dislocated IOl (102) CS 97 Ruptured anterior lens capsule (CS file) Csd 98 Shallow RD (104) CS 99 Macular traction (106) CS 100 Sympathetic Oph (108) CS 101 CRA embolus (109) CS 102 ON sheath mening (110) CS 103 Optic nerve lymphoma (163) CS 104 ON sheath hem (111) CS 105 ONs in PC (112) Bulgy Eyes (Part 5) CS 106 ON glioma (113) CS 107 Lev/SR complex in Graves(114) CS 108 Noncongestive Graves (115) CS 109 Cavernous Hemang (116) CS 110 Hemangiopericytoma (117) CS 111 Mucocele (118) CS 112 Acute sinusitis (119) CS 113 Pleomorphic

Introduction to ocular and orbital ultrasound.- The role of ultrasound in imaging studies of the eye.- The evaluation of the painful eye.- The eye with opaque media.- Vitreo-retinal disease.- Ocular and orbital trauma.- Biometry.- Anterior segment problems.- Intraocular tumors.- Diplopia.- The swollen disc.- Vascular lesions.- Pitfalls and artifacts.- Ophthalmic ultrasound in developing countries.