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Battle related eye injury

Danielson DMD - MedPix

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Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Battle related eye injury

History: Eye injury due to nearby vehicle borne IED

Findings: left eye has many superficial overlying foreign bodies with irregular (decompressed) contour and layering hyperdense hemorrhage dependently. Note superior orbital roof fracture with foreign body or bony fragment that has been pushed up into the left frontal lobe. There is a large adjacent skin laceration. Right eye also has many superfical foreign bodies and one radiopaque foreign body within the posterior chamber, but it maintains a normal shape. Note the embeded bits of debris in the face and scalp.

Dxhow: CT and surgery

Exam: bilateral globe rupture, left greater than right with lid and numerous facial lacerations.

No MeSH data available.


reconstructed images showing orbital roof fracture and fragment which extended into the anterior cranial fossa.
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MPX1327_synpic25055: reconstructed images showing orbital roof fracture and fragment which extended into the anterior cranial fossa.


Battle related eye injury

Danielson DMD - MedPix

reconstructed images showing orbital roof fracture and fragment which extended into the anterior cranial fossa.
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MPX1327_synpic25055: reconstructed images showing orbital roof fracture and fragment which extended into the anterior cranial fossa.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Battle related eye injury

History: Eye injury due to nearby vehicle borne IED

Findings: left eye has many superficial overlying foreign bodies with irregular (decompressed) contour and layering hyperdense hemorrhage dependently. Note superior orbital roof fracture with foreign body or bony fragment that has been pushed up into the left frontal lobe. There is a large adjacent skin laceration. Right eye also has many superfical foreign bodies and one radiopaque foreign body within the posterior chamber, but it maintains a normal shape. Note the embeded bits of debris in the face and scalp.

Dxhow: CT and surgery

Exam: bilateral globe rupture, left greater than right with lid and numerous facial lacerations.

No MeSH data available.