Postoperative Ocular Hypertension in Dogs Undergoing Phacoemulsification: Investigation of Risk Factors and Evaluation of Medical Prophylaxis

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Development of cataracts is a relatively frequent ocular disease of the dog and cataract extraction via phacoemulsification (PE) is commonly performed by veterinary ophthalmologists. Postoperative ocular hypertension (POH) describes the elevation of pressures within the eye during the acute postoperative period and can result in vision loss and poor… (More)

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