Diagnostic ultrasound: an aid in the differentiation of anterior segment lesions of the eye

Abstract

Because the part of the globe in direct contact with the transducer cannot be visualised and focussed transducers have poor imaging qualities at a distance less than 5–8 mm from their surface, diagnostic ultrasound of the anterior eye segment has been treated in a stepmotherly way. With a simplified immersion technique we can visualize quite accurately a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00153930

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@article{Verbeek1991DiagnosticUA, title={Diagnostic ultrasound: an aid in the differentiation of anterior segment lesions of the eye}, author={A. Verbeek and Panagiotis Mitropoulos}, journal={International Ophthalmology}, year={1991}, volume={15}, pages={205-212} }