Sonography of the orbits was performed on this patient who sustained injury. Ultrasound images reveal a hyperechoic object in the vitreous cavity within the vitreous humor of the right eyeball. These sonographic findings are diagnostic of intraocular foreign body. Ultrasound image of the normal eye is shown for comparison. Images courtesy of Dr. Jaydeep Gandhi, Radiologist, Mumbai, India.
Ulcer of cornea
This patient had a penetrating injury to the left eye. These ultrasound images reveal the resulting severe corneal ulceration and collapse of the anterior chamber of the eyeball due to escape of aqueous humor. The vitreous humor is well preserved. The normal Rt. eye is shown for comparison. Images courtesy of Dr. Vikas Arora, Ferozepur, India.
These ultrasound images (above) show the lens has been dislocated or luxated to the dependent part of the patients eyeball, close to the retina. This condition is called ectopia lentis or luxation of the lens. If partial displacement of the lens occurs, it is called subluxation of the lens. The commonest cause of luxation of the lens is physical trauma to the eyeball. With change in posture the luxated lens (arrows) can be seen to gravitate to the dependent part of the eyeball. These ultrasound images of luxation of the lens are courtesy of Dr. Durr-e-Sabih, MBBS, FRCP.