Canine and feline primary ocular bacterial infections.

@article{Whitley2000CanineAF,
  title={Canine and feline primary ocular bacterial infections.},
  author={R. David Whitley},
  journal={The Veterinary clinics of North America. Small animal practice},
  year={2000},
  volume={30 5},
  pages={
          1151-67
        }
}
Bacterial infections are frequently associated with diseases of the eyelids, cornea, and conjunctiva. Animals sustaining KCS commonly have bacterial infections of the external eye owing to a lack of antimicrobial properties present in the normal tearfilm. Infection can occur in the nasolacrimal duct or lacrimal sac, which is referred to as dacryocystitis. Severe corneal ulcers are frequently infected with bacteria, especially Pseudomonas sp. Three new topical ophthalmic antibiotics have… CONTINUE READING

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