High-frequency ultrasound imaging and spectral analysis in traumatic hyphema.

@article{Allemann1993HighfrequencyUI,
  title={High-frequency ultrasound imaging and spectral analysis in traumatic hyphema.},
  author={Norma Allemann and Ronald H. Silverman and Dan Z. Reinstein and Donald James Vincent Coleman},
  journal={Ophthalmology},
  year={1993},
  volume={100 9},
  pages={
          1351-7
        }
}
PURPOSE High-frequency (50-MHz) ultrasound allows high-resolution imaging of anterior ocular structures. Spectrum analysis of acoustic backscatter is sensitive to the concentration, size, and density of tissue inhomogeneities. The authors sought to determine whether acoustic imaging and spectrum analysis of hyphema would allow them to distinguish organized from fluid hyphema and recent from old hemorrhage in the eye. METHODS Trauma-induced hyphemas were followed by slit-lamp photography and… CONTINUE READING
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