Bedside emergency department ultrasonography in the evaluation of ocular pathology

M Blaivas
Academic Emergency Medicine: Official Journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2000, 7 (8): 947-50
The number of potential uses of emergency department (ED) ultrasound is growing. This brief report describes its use in two ED patients who presented with acute ocular pathology. The diagnoses were quickly made with ED ultrasound, and subsequently confirmed with more traditional methods of ocular evaluation.

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