Owl’s eye appearance is a pattern in radiology and histopathology. It is seen in:
- Herpes Viruses Family infection as inclusion bodies, which are more commonly associated with cytomegalovirus.
- Hodgkin’s lymphoma as Reed-Sternberg cells
- Giardia lamblia trophozoites on microscopy.
- Anitschkow cell of Aschoff bodies in rheumatic heart disease on transverse sections
- CT scan of Cerebral hypoxia patients in Lentiform nucleus of the basal ganglia.