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Category Archives: Ophthalmology

Eye Abnormalities Ought Not Be Ignored

All of us mammals were born with two eyes, and when something goes wrong with one of them, help should be sought. We see a variety of eye abnormalities in companion animal medicine. Here are some examples… The most common eye trouble that we see is the corneal ulcer. When something injures/scratches the cornea, the [...]

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A Look Back To 2013, The Interesting And The Rare

One of the reasons we like veterinary medicine is because no two days are the same. We see rare and interesting cases and presentations every day and we have to be on our toes all the time. Here are some of the more unusual cases from 2013, and for more, visit our Flickr Set. Dentigerous [...]

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Case of the Month: Corneal Ulcer

We see many types of ophthalmic diseases, from conjunctivitis to glaucoma to proptosis. One of the most common eye problems that we see and care for is the corneal ulcer. Learn more about corneal ulcers and how they’re diagnosed and treated.

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