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Ocular globe rupture and penetrated foreign body

Case contributed by Shervin Sharifkashani
Diagnosis certain


Facial trauma and left side orbital pain and eye decreased visual acuity.

Patient Data

Age: 20 years
Gender: Male

A penetrated dense foreign body within left eye anterior vitreous body adjacent to lens posterior margin and with cornea, uveo-scleral layer, and lens tear and foci of hemorrhage and gas bubbles within the vitreous body and preseptal swelling and left eye temporal deviation are seen.

Case Discussion

The case illustrates non-contrast MDCT features of ocular globe rupture and vitreous body hemorrhage due to penetrating dense foreign body within the vitreous body.

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