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In our series, the most common B-scan finding was traumatic cataract (47%) & the most common posterior segment finding was vitreous haemorrhage (34%).
Real-time ultrasound B-scan is an essential addition to clinical evaluation of the traumatized eye with opaque media.
Figure 7 shows 3 B-scan samples, which are collected from a metallic object, a plastic object, and clutter.
B-scan in differentiating pseudoglioma from retinoblastoma, apart from confirming the diagnosis of retinoblastoma.
Since the early 1990s, improvements in B-scan imaging has allowed scientists to sonographically visualize the brain in a 2-D format.
Whether you're a concerned citizen, a neighbor to new construction, or a customer, B-SCAN will make it easier for you to access key information quickly and efficiently.
The B-Scan comprises a 107-point questionnaire which highlights various personality traits and is based on the P-Scan, used to detect criminals with psychopathic tendencies.
B-scan showed a roundish dark lesion behind the globe wall [Figure 1]b.
Slit-lamp examination, transillumination, digital photography, A-scan ultrasonography, B-scan ultrasonography (USB), ultrasonic biomicroscopy (UBM), fluorescein and indocyanine green angiography, and anterior segment optical coherence tomography (AS-OCT) are methods utilized in diagnosis.
B-scan was introduced in ophthalmic practice by Baum and Greenwood in 1958.
6) Technologies such as autofluorescence, OCT, and B-scan ultrasonography are helpful in differential diagnoses, viewing clefts, and uncovering the integrity of the surrounding retinal structures.
The location of foreign body was determined with the help of slit lamp direct and indirect ophthalmoscope orbital radiogram B-scan and CT scan.