Ocular rupture

Case contributed by Shervin Sharifkashani

Presentation

Facial trauma and pronounced decreased acuity of the right eye.

Patient Data

Age: 70 years
Gender: Male
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Right eye cornea, anterior chamber, and uveo-scleral layer and lens tear with foci of vitreous body hemorrhage, and preseptal and lacrimal gland soft tissue swelling and left eye no native lens are seen. Thick mucosa in paranasal sinuses and relatively dilated third and lateral cerebral ventricles are seen.

Case Discussion

The case illustrates the typical non-contrast MDCT features of ocular globe rupture and vitreous body hemorrhage. The ocular globe rupture with vitreous body hemorrhage has a worse prognosis.

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