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Anterior lens luxation (ALL) in dog can occur as a result of a primary inherited weakness in the attachments of the lens or as a secondary consequence of other intraocular disease (e.g. uveitis, hypermature cataract and glaucoma). …
A recent review of our cataract surgery patients found that approximately 50% of cases were diabetic dogs. Functional vision was achieved in over 95% of these cases, however some of our diabetic patients were not suitable for cataract surgery due to potentially avoidable lens rupture and retinal detachment. Vision can be saved in some cases of lens capsule rupture if surgery can be performed promptly.…
Macular Corneal Dystrophy (MCD). A novel diagnosis in Labrador Retrievers…
Ida Gilbert treats a case of aggressive Keratomalacia in a white Boxer dog…
Keratomycosis in an 8 year old Border Collie dog caused by Hormographiella aspergillata, the asexual reproductive form of the basidomycete Coprinopsis cinerea…
Bilateral Entropion and Sequestrum in an older cat.…
Bilateral pyogranulomatous meibomianitis in a young Cairn Terrier…
A 2 year old Pug already has mild to moderate pigmentary keratitis of both eyes. …
Corneal laceration and iris prolapse in a puppy, surgical repair and conjunctival grafting.…
Bilateral diabetic cataracts followed by (unrelated) benign Limbal Melanoma in an 8-year old Fox Terrier …
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