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Vision in dogs.
  • P. Miller, C. Murphy
  • Medicine, Computer Science
    Journal of the American Veterinary Medical…
  • 15 December 1995
The canine visual system probably surpasses the human visual system in other aspects of vision and has made the dog a more efficient predator in certain environmental situations and permits it to exploit an ecological niche inaccessible to humans.
Ocular lesions in free-living raptors.
In a retrospective study, records of 931 raptors admitted to the Avian Clinic at the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine and to the Owl Rehabilitation Research Foundation were evaluated to
Myopia and refractive error in dogs.
An in-depth investigation of German Shepherd dogs, using A-scan ultrasonography, photokeratoscopy, and streak retinoscopy, was done at Guide Dogs for the Blind, and showed that the German Shepherd, Rottweiler, and Miniature Schnauzer breeds had an increased prevalence of myopia.
Refractive states of eyes and association between ametropia and breed in dogs.
Refractive states of canine eyes varied widely and were influenced by breed and age, and determination of refractive state is recommended prior to intensive training.
Ocular Adverse Events Associated with Antibody-Drug Conjugates in Human Clinical Trials.
A diverse range of ocular AEs are reported in association with administration of ADCs for the treatment of cancer and the toxicologic mechanism(s) and pathogenesis of such events are not well understood, but most are mild in severity and reversible.
Morphology and immunohistochemistry of spontaneous chronic corneal epithelial defects (SCCED) in dogs.
Most canine patients with spontaneous chronic corneal epithelial defects do not have a normal basement membrane structure in the region of the epithelial defect and have other abnormalities in the subjacent extracellular matrix that may reflect a part of the underlying pathophysiology of chronic and recurrent erosions.
Refractive state, corneal curvature, accommodative range and ocular anatomy of the Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
The resting refractive state of six mature, female, Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) was determined using streak retinocopy and neutralizing video retinoscopy and the corneal curvatures of three animals was measured by photokeratoscopy and there was a tendency towards with-the-ruleCorneal astigmatism in this sample.
The mechanism of lenticular accommodation in chicks
Evidence is presented showing that, in the chick eye, lenticular accommodation is induced primarily by a contraction of the muscle fibers at the peripheral edge of the iris, which increases the focal power of the lens.
Mechanisms of acute intraocular pressure increases after phacoemulsification lens extraction in dogs.
Sudden, large increases in intraocular pressure with few overt clinical signs may occur immediately after lens extraction in dogs, and may contribute to genesis of glaucoma in the late postoperative period.
Naturally occurring vitreous chamber-based myopia in the Labrador retriever.
Thinner crystalline lenses found at longer vitreous chamber depths may be analogous to lens thinning documented in human ocular development, and the Labrador retriever warrants investigation as a potential model of myopia that is naturally occurring rather than experimentally induced.