A Clinical Case from the Archives : 30/10/2006

This duck is presented because of poor vision. Where is the lesion?

Looks like a cataract doesn’t it – here’s a rather beautiful close-up – beauty in the eye of the duck as well as of the beholder hey?! But notice that the pupil is always dilated – the problem is actually primarily retinal. The female offspring of this bird also seem to have vision problems – hopefully we’re en route to further investigations of a potential duck PRA!

 

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