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20-, 50-, and 100-MHz scleral shells. These shells are less cylindrical to accommodate the probe tip and the movement of the crystal. C I CP Figure 2–29 The ultrasound biomicro- Figure 2–30 The ultrasound biomicroscope (UBM), normal scope (UBM), probe placement. Examination with the UBM. Patient properly positioned with the tip of the probe placed within the ﬂuid-ﬁlled scleral shell. angle. The UBM longitudinal scan of the normal angle. Arrow, scleral spur; C, cornea; CP, ciliary processes; I, iris.
Pgs 9/20/06 3:02 PM Page 17 2 ANTERIOR SEGMENT EVALUATION 17 I L F C C T I A Figure 2–18 Cyclitic membrane. Axial immersion image, aphakic eye. Arrow, cyclitic membrane; C, cornea; I, iris. T F S B S P A C B Figure 2–19 Ciliary body mass. (A) Axial scan. Arrow, ciliary body mass; C, cornea; F, ﬂuid, L, lens; P, probe. (B) Transverse scan directly over the lesion. Arrow; ciliary body mass; S, sclera. Figure 2–20 Ciliary body mass. This patient was an HIV-positive 20-year-old African-American male who presented with a large amelanotic ciliary body mass.
Arrow, scleral spur; C, cornea; CP, ciliary processes; I, iris. S AC I L Figure 2–31 The normal ciliary body. Cross-section scan using an ultrasound biomicroscope (UBM). I Figure 2–32 Normal cornea. Ultrasound biomicroscope (UBM) scan through the central axis. The two high reﬂective lines at the top of the scan correspond to the corneal layers. The corneal stroma (S) is located between the lines. Top arrow, epithelium and Bowman’s membrane; bottom arrow, Descemet’s membrane and endothelium; AC, anterior chamber; I, iris; L, lens.
Ophthalmic Ultrasound: A Diagnostic Atlas by Cathy W. DiBernardo, Ellen F. Greenberg