The eyeball is slightly enlarged; also, its contour is irregularly thickened, which is especially evident in the posterior wall. In the posterior chamber, there are multiple echoes of mobile intermediate signal, forming hydro-liquid levels, and echogenic septa of dorsal thicknesses, but that in no way showed signal in the evaluation with power Doppler or color.
The ophthalmic vein has a signal, and its spectral morphology is normal. The spectral analysis of the posterior ciliary arteries documents a monophasic flow with an increased resistance index; very suggestive finding of ischemic neuritis possibly associated with arterial compression secondary to extensive and severe intraorbital fat edema (continent principle and content).
The fat of the intraorbital fat demonstrates a marked echogenicity and areas where sheets of anemic laminar fluid are observed, without apparent collections.
Absence of the lens, and in its place, an intraocular lens, which has an oblique disposition, partially losing contact with the usual surface; indicative finding of subluxation of the prosthesis.