Managing Uveitis in Dogs and Cats
The causes of uveitis are numerous and often elusive. Educating clients on the potential complications of uncontrolled uveitis (cataracts, glaucoma, loss of vision, pain) greatly increases compliance with therapy and follow-up visits to maximize success.
Clinical Approaches to Common Ocular Tumors
LOW METASTATIC POTENTIAL The overall prognosis for life in most primary intraocular neoplasias is good. In companion animals, intraocular tumors are relatively uncommon, but those that do occur can be primary, metastatic, or locally invasive. Tumors can appear as discrete masses, diffuse changes, or even after uveitis. Learning to recognize the presence of a mass …
Observations in Ophthalmology: Clinical Approach to Canine Eyelid Disease: Blepharitis
Canine eyelid disease is a common clinical challenge for general veterinary practitioners. Response to treatment can be an important diagnostic tool.