A new contact B-scan ultrasonography device has been introduced into clinical usage. The results of this portable, simply operated instrument in a variety of ophthalmic conditions are reported. It was found to be a practical clinical tool in providing useful new diagnostic information in both ocular and orbital pathological conditions.
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