Retinal detachment in the pheasant (Phasianus colchicus).


Retinal detachment was observed as a cause of blindness in small numbers of reared pheasants in widely separated geographical areas. Lesions were bilateral but asymmetrical in 16 birds. In three pheasants only one eye was affected. Clinical signs were first noticed at 5 weeks of age. Affected birds were blind by the time they were mature. Early lesions… (More)


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