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Why blind?

A colleague referred a blind hyperthyroid cat to me saying she expected to see complete retinal detachment, retinal haemorrhages and vessel changes┬ábut didn’t – why is it blind? Continue reading

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A Clinical Case from the Archives : 21/12/2006

This cat presents with a brown deposit in its anterior chamber. It looks as if it might be in the cornea here, like a corneal sequestrum doesn’t it, but believe me it was lying in the aqueous behind the cornea. What is it? How might it have got there? Continue reading

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A Clinical Case from the Archives : 16/12/2005

[tab name=”The Case”]This cat is a fascinating (to me at least!) telediagnosis from Lucy Wheeler – thanks to her for a great image! This is a four year old cat with sudden blindness, dilated pupils and this orange mass in … Continue reading

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A Clinical Case from the Archives : 17/10/2004

[tab name=”The Case”]On routine eye examination of this polydypsic polyuric thirteen year old cat you notice these circular lesions in the retinas of both eyes. What is the likely diagnosis, how would you confirm and treat it?[/tab][end_tabset] 

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