Dr David L Williams

MA VetMB PhD CertVOphthal FRCVS

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  • In vitro efficacy of anti-viral agents in feline herpetic keratitis
    This in-vitro study arises from studies with Dr Hugh Field's herpes virology group at the Department of Veterinary Medicine and demonstrates the laboratory work paralleled with clinical evaluation of anti-herpetic drugs in press with the Veterinary Record. …

    (c) 2004 Dr David L Williams

  • Entropion correction by fornix-based suture placement: use of the Quickert–Rathbun technique [152Kb]
    The objective of this study was to evaluate fornix-based suture placement as a method for entropion correction in the dog. Lower eyelid entropion with resultant trichiasis was corrected in 10 dogs using fornix-based suture placement similar to that employed in the Quickert–Rathbun technique used in man. A double-ended suture was placed originating …

    This is an electronic version of an article published in Veterinary Ophthalmology: complete citation information for the final version of the paper, as published in the print edition of Veterinary Ophthalmology, is available on the Blackwell Synergy online delivery service, accessible via the journal's website at http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/vop or http://www.blackwell-synergy.com

  • Intraocular oxygen tensions in normal and diseased eyes of farmed halibut [231Kb]
    Abstract - We have previously documented ocular abnormalities in farmed halibut and reported that the production of gas-filled posterior segment cysts appears to be central in the pathogenesis of many, if not all of the signs in these eyes. In a number of fish, gas bubbles may be seen in the anterior chamber of the eye, especially after trauma or strenuo …

    (c) 2004 Dr David L Williams

  • Retinal dysplasia in wild otters (Lutra lutra) [3.64MB !]
    Eyes from 88 otters found dead in south-west England between 1990 and 2000, were collected as part of a larger pathological study. Histopathological examination of 131 eyes revealed dysplastic changes such as rosetting and folding in the retinas of 26 of the otters. In the eyes of 42 of the otters there were postmortem and fixation-induced retinal detachm …

    (c) 2004 Dr David L Williams

  • Prevalence of canine cataract: preliminary results of a cross-sectional study [224Kb]
    Abstract :: Objective - In this study 2000 dogs were examined ophthalmoscopically to determine presence of cataract. Materials and methods - The dogs examined were predominantly from veterinary hospital populations but also from the Waltham Center For Pet Nutrition, rehoming charities and breeding kennels. Prevalence of cataract was thus determined …

    (c) 2004 Dr David L Williams

  • Symblepharon with aberrant protrusion of the nictitating membrane in the snowy owl (Nyctea scandiaca) [233Kb]
    Abstract - Two young snowy owl chicks were presented with aberrant protrusion of the nictitating membranes. This was caused by conjunctival adhesions causing symblepharon secondary to a previous septicemia episode. While symblepharon has been noted in birds before, this unusual presentation of the nictitating membrane has not been reported. Surgical in …

    (c) 2003 Dr David L Williams