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Haasjes, Corné (author)
Ultrasound imaging is an important modality in ocular oncology, allowing for fast examination of the eye by the ophthalmologist themselves. It is clinically used to measure tumour sizes for treatment planning. However, ocular ultrasound is limited to two-dimensional imaging, and suffers from poor contrast between tumour and sclera, which...
master thesis 2022
Klaassen, Lisa (author)
Introduction: Uveal melanoma is the most frequently occurring primary eye tumour. The aim of this research was to determine the difference in geometrical tumour measurements between ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), to compare MRI and ultrasound-based tumour models, and to evaluate the clinical implications of these differences...
master thesis 2020