Tag Ocular Ultrasound
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vanPOCUS: Ocular ultrasound

Vancouver POCUS review of ocular POCUS including lens dislocation, globe rupture, posterior vitreous detachment and retinal detachment by Dr Justin Ahn
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Ultrasound Case 038

A 46 year old woman presents with relatively sudden painless visual field loss. She describes preceding flashers and floaters, and then a shadow falling over the medial and central part of her visual field.
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Ultrasound Case 028

A 55 year old diabetic woman presents with painless loss of monocular vision. You wonder whether ultrasound will show a retinal detachment.
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Ultrasound Case 018

An 18 year old rugby player presents after after an accidental kick to the face. He has a severe periorbital haematoma and you are worried about globe injury but cannot pry his eyelids apart enough to assess the anterior chamber or pupillary function. Can ultrasound help?
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Ultrasound Case 009

A 70 year old male who had been "legally blind" for several years presented after blunt occular trauma. He had never had his eyes formally assessed. He said he had improved light perception post injury and could actually see moving shapes.