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Surv Ophthalmol. 1984 Mar-Apr;28(5):409-11.

Unexplained heterochromia. Intraocular foreign body demonstrated by computed tomography.


Standard radiographic techniques are often inadequate in demonstrating the presence and location of intraocular foreign bodies. Computerized axial tomography was used to confirm the presence of a metallic foreign body in a patient with heterochromia iridis and suspected ocular siderosis in whom no foreign material was found by conventional examination methods.

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