Items tagged “globe”

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Calcification of the globe (differential)

Calcification of the globe has many causes, varying from the benign to malignant. When calcification is seen of the posterior half of the globe, it could relate to any of the layers (scleral, choroidal or retinal), as it is not possible to separate them out on CT. Retinal drusen: 1% population...
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Ectopia lentis

Ectopia lentis refers to subluxation or dislocation of the lens of the eye secondary to dysfunction or disruption of zonular fibers.  Pathology Etiology trauma systemic and syndromic disorders Marfan syndrome typically upwards and out most common spontaneous cause 2 homocystinuria -  typ...
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Morning glory syndrome

Coloboma: T2
 Diagnosis almost certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 19 Jan 2010
59% complete
MRI
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Choroidal melanoma

T1 weighted axial...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Praveen Jha
Published 10 Feb 2010
95% complete
MRI
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Primary uveal malignant melanoma

Malignant uveal melanomas, also referred as choroidal melanomas, are the most common primary tumor of the adult eye 3.  Epidemiology Malignant melanoma of the uvea is the most common primary intraocular malignancy and is predominantly seen in Caucasians 5. The incidence of these tumors increas...
Case

Vitreous hemorrhage - traumatic

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Andrew Dixon
Published 12 May 2010
59% complete
CT
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Bilateral macular calcification

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 19 Dec 2010
65% complete
CT
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Choroidal nevus

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Wen Jak Ma
Published 27 May 2016
75% complete
Ultrasound
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Scleral buckle surgery

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 19 Jan 2017
86% complete
CT
Case

Gray's anatomy: globe

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Mark Thurston
Published 08 Aug 2017
32% complete
Annotated image
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Senile calcific scleral plaques

Senile calcific scleral plaques, also known as senile scleral plaques (SSP), are benign scleral degenerations common in elderly individuals. They are a common incidental finding on CT imaging. Epidemiology The prevalence of SSP increases with age, from ~2.5% at age 60, to 25% at age 80 years a...
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Sclera

The sclera is the fibrous, opaque white, coat of the eye. It functions to protect the intra-ocular contents.  Summary location: posterior fifth-sixths of the eyeball blood supply: ciliary arteries innervation: ciliary nerves relations: anteriorly continuous with the cornea Gross anatomy ...

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