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?

There is central corneal oedema without ulceration but with epiphora. Its difficult to be sure what’s going on but in a dog one might think of an endothelial degeneration. The surprising thing is that an unrelated donkey in the same stables has the same condition as shown here. I’d be glad of any good ideas on what is going on!


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