Pectinate ligament dysplasia in the Border Collie, Hungarian Vizsla and Golden Retriever.

@article{Oliver2017PectinateLD,
  title={Pectinate ligament dysplasia in the Border Collie, Hungarian Vizsla and Golden Retriever.},
  author={James A. C. Oliver and Abel B. Ekiri and Cathryn Mellersh},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={2017},
  volume={180 11},
  pages={
          279
        }
}
Pectinate ligament dysplasia (PLD) is significantly associated with primary closed angle glaucoma (PCAG) in several dog breeds. Gonioscopy screening for PLD is advised in breeds in which PLD and PCAG are particularly prevalent in order that affected dogs may be eliminated from the breeding population. The Border Collie (BC), Hungarian Vizsla (HV) and Golden Retriever (GR) breeds are currently under investigation for PLD by the British Veterinary Association/Kennel Club/International Sheep Dog… CONTINUE READING
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