Characterization of Anterior Segment Ophthalmologic Lesions Identified in Free-ranging Dolphins and Those under Human Care.

Cetaceans in the wild and under human care develop a variety of ocular lesions. Although they have echolocation, cetacean species have good sight, making ocular health an important part of overall health care. The cornea is the primary site of abnormalities in both populations. Typical lesions of cetaceans under human care are characterized in this… CONTINUE READING