[Combined use of ultrasound and radiodiagnostic methods in the diagnosis of posterior dislocation of the lens].Cesk Oftalmol 1990; 46(1):9-13CO
In a case record the authors present an account on a patient with an opaque media of the left eye on account of seclusion and occlusion of the pupil. The cause of the unilateral chronic uveitis was elucidated by ultrasonic examination with visualization type A. The cause was a calcified lens dislocated into the vitreous body and fixed to the posterior wall of the eye. The finding was confirmed by a negative X-ray picture and positive finding of a small foreign body with high density on CT. Dislocation of the lens occurred after a blow on the left eye during boxing 15 years before the patient sought medical assistance on account of a painful practically blind eyeball.