James Wardrop and equine recurrent uveitis.

@article{Paglia2004JamesWA,
  title={James Wardrop and equine recurrent uveitis.},
  author={Danielle T Paglia and Paul E. Miller and Richard Redd Dubielzig},
  journal={Archives of ophthalmology},
  year={2004},
  volume={122 8},
  pages={1218-23}
}
James Wardrop should be remembered not only as one of the founders of ocular pathology but also for his contributions to the field of comparative ophthalmology. He described a "specific inflammation" that veterinarians today know as equine recurrent uveitis. As described by Wardrop in the 19th century, this condition is known today to eventually lead to blindness. 

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