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A cat with white blobs on its eye!

Much of ophthalmology is simple pattern recognition. If you’ve seen a cat with these striking white¬†lesions on its cornea before you’ll immediately know what the diagnosis is, and if you haven’t you’ll know after looking at this one! What is the diagnosis? Continue reading

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A Clinical Case from the Archives : 12/08/2007

This old donkey is presented with ocular lesions. What do you see here and what might be causing it? Continue reading

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A Clinical Case from the Archives : 21/07/2007

This border collie is presented with a lesion in one eye – what is it likely to be, what more might you expect to see and what might your treatment be? Continue reading

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A Clinical Case from the Archives : 16/05/2007

Sorry for not putting any images up on the site recently – too many cases, not enough time to put them up. Here’s one for you – a stray cat I saw at a rehoming charity today. What has it got and what would you do? Continue reading

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A Clinical Case from the Archives : 26/11/2005

[tab name=”The Case”]This 3 year old alpaca has had a corneal problem for nearly a year now. Today was the first time I saw it but I admit I can understand why the other ophthalmologists who have examined the eye … Continue reading

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A Clinical Case from the Archives : 01/05/2005

[tab name=”The Case”]This rabbit has had an inflammatory episode of uncertain aetiology and ends up with this strange corneal appearance. I’m indebted to Alice Courtney for this great picture. What do you think might be going on here and does … Continue reading

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