A new type of intraocular prosthesis for dogs.

Abstract

A simple technique is described in which sterile silicone oil (viscosity 350 cSt) was injected into the globe of an eviscerated eye with an intact cornea and sclera; the volume injected was calculated from the formula 3/4 pi r3 where 'r' was the horizontal corneal diameter. After induction of general anaesthesia and routine preparation of the surgical site… (More)

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