Màrian Matas Riera

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CASE SERIES SUMMARY Two cats with a marginally resected eyelid malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumour were treated with adjuvant strontium plesiotherapy a few weeks after surgery. The dose applied in both cases was 200 Gy to the surface, in five fractions, on a Monday-Wednesday-Friday basis. The treatment aimed to achieve a clinical margin of(More)
OBJECTIVES To review clinical data on dogs that suffered a corneal and anterior segment foreign body (CASFB) trauma and to determine the risk factors for foreign body (FB) trauma and subsequent enucleation. ANIMALS STUDIED Dogs with CASFB presented to the Animal Health Trust (AHT) from January 2000 to December 2012. PROCEDURES Clinical data for CASFB(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe a case of successful medical management of subdural intracranial empyema and multifocal pneumonia in a domestic longhaired cat. CASE SUMMARY A 7-year-and-8-month-old male neutered domestic longhair cat presented with tachypnea, respiratory compromise, vestibular ataxia, obtundation, left-sided head tilt, and multiple cranial nerve(More)
OBJECTIVE To introduce a new corneal clarity score for use in small animals and describe its inter- and intra-user variability. ANIMALS STUDIED Twelve dogs and two cats with corneal abnormalities and five dogs with healthy corneas. MATERIALS AND METHODS Four examiners scored every patient twice and never consecutively, focusing on the central cornea.(More)
The aim of this article was to describe Descemet's membrane detachment (DMD) following phacoemulsification in five equine eyes and to review the human literature on this topic. In the last decade, there has been increased reporting of DMD in the human literature, in particular following cataract surgery. The natural history of DMD remains unknown and(More)
PURPOSE To investigate contralateral optic neuropathy and retinopathy following enucleation in 6 cats. METHODS Retrospective study. The medical records of cats with contralateral visual and afferent pupillomotor dysfunction following enucleation presented to the Animal Health Trust (AHT), Newmarket, UK, between January 1994 and January 2010 were reviewed.(More)
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