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Central corneal thickness in koi fish: effects of age, sex, body length, and corneal diameter.
TLDR
Koi CCT increases with increasing age, body length and corneal diameter, and its relationship to age, sex, bodylength and cornea diameter. Expand
Effects of oral administration of diphenhydramine on pupil diameter, intraocular pressure, tear production, tear film quality, conjunctival goblet cell density, and corneal sensitivity of clinically
TLDR
Results of this study suggested that oral administration of diphenhydramine to healthy adult dogs was not likely to acutely induce glaucoma or keratoconjunctivitis sicca or dogs genetically predisposed to development of those conditions were not determined. Expand
The effect of elective phacofragmentation on central corneal thickness in the dog.
TLDR
Elective phacofragmentation cataract surgery results in an increase in CCT in dogs, but this increase is transient and does not clearly support an advantage of the small-incision cataracts surgery made possible by the use of foldable IOLs. Expand
Osseous Metaplasia in the Eye of a Dog
Incisional iris biopsy was performed for diagnosis of an unusual opaque white mass protruding from the right ventrolateral iris of a 10-year-old neutered male Great Dane dog. Histopathology revealedExpand
Anterior uveal spindle cell tumor in a cat.
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Based on its histopathologic characteristics, this iris tumor was diagnosed as a Schwann cell variant of a peripheral nerve sheath tumor (PNST) closely resembling the spindle cell tumor of blue-eyed dogs. Expand
Penetrating keratoplasty in a California Brown Pelican.
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The procedure appeared to be highly successful based on short-term clinical follow-up and histopathology results, however, the patient died from unrelated causes before long-term follow- up could be obtained. Expand
What is your diagnosis? Mass originating from the pituitary fossa.
Ophthalmic examination findings in a group of retired racing Greyhounds.
  • G. L. Lynch
  • Medicine
  • Veterinary ophthalmology
  • 1 November 2007
TLDR
Ophthalmic abnormalities are not uncommon in retired racing Greyhounds and include anterior chamber vitreal strands, stretched lens zonules, periocular alopecia, a case of mild unilateral chemosis, and a distichium. Expand