A Clinical Case from the Archives : 12/03/2006

This horse is presented with a sore eye of some month’s standing. What is the likely diagnosis and what therapeutic measures would you suggest?

This is likely to be a squamous cell carcinoma and surgical resection, as shown here, is required ideally with ajunctive radio or cryotherapy. Long term prognosis with such an advanced lesion is not particularly brilliant.


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