15 patients with ocular disease, in whom views of
posterior segment of the eyes could not be obtained
underwent ultrasonography of the eyes to aid in the
diagnosis and further management of the patients. In
some cases the ultrasound was then compared with
the histological diagnosis when the eye was removed
and in other cases to the ophthalmoscopic examination when a better view of the posterior segment could
be obtained. This was done as a pilot study to
ascertain the level of accuracy of our ultrasonic
diagnosis and how much it could be depended upon
for the very important decision of removal of the
eye when indicated.
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