The aim of this book is to provide both the veterinary surgeon and the student with a quick guide that will allow them to easily recognise the ophthalmological conditions most commonly seen in daily practice. All the images shown in this guide correspond to real-life cases and are accompanied by brief texts that facilitate their understanding and turn this book into an excellent reference aid.
Organisation of this guidebook How to use this guidebook Key for the Quick guidebook to canine and feline ophthalmology 1 Anatomical structures Diagram of the eye and its adnexa Lacrimal apparatus diagram 2 Eyelids Palpebral agenesis Palpebral dermoid Entropion in a Shar Pei Entropion in a Chow Chow Entropion (surgical techniques) Medial entropion Lateral entropion Cicatricial entropion Entropion due to lack of support Ectropion Entropion/ectropion Entropion/ectropion. Diamond eye Euryblepharon Palpebral laceration Fungal blepharitis Bacterial blepharitis Parasitic blepharitis Blepharitis (hypersensitivity) Immune blepharitis Palpebral neoplasms Distichiasis Districhiasis Ectopic cilia Trichiasis Trichomegaly Palpebral ptosis Lagophthalmos Chalazion Hordeolum Lentigo Foreign bodies 3 Nictitating membrane Prolapse of the nictitating membrane gland Cartilage eversion Plasmoma Follicular conjunctivitis Granulomas due to Leishmania Lacerations/tears Protrusion of the nictitating membrane Neoplasms Foreign bodies Depigmentation of the free edge of the nictitating membrane 4 Conjunctiva Conjunctival dermoid Conjunctival cysts Conjunctivitis Keratoconjunctivitis sicca Symblepharon Drug plaques Mucinosis Haemorrhages Chemosis Wounds Neoplasms 5 Cornea and sclera Superficial corneal ulcer Refractory corneal ulcer Stromal ulcer Deep corneal ulcer Descemetocoele Corneal perforation Melting corneal ulcers Chronic superficial keratitis Keratoconjunctivitis sicca Pigmentary keratitis Feline eosinophilic keratitis Corneal dystrophy Corneal degeneration Corneal oedema Neoplasms Foreign bodies Feline corneal sequestrum Dermoid cyst Corneal abscess Episcleritis 6 Uveal tract Iris hypoplasia Iris heterochromia Persistent pupillary membrane Uveitis Iris cysts Neoplasms Iris atrophy Melanosis Hyphaema 7 The lens Microphakia Coloboma Nuclear sclerosis Cataracts Lens subluxation Lens luxation 8 Ocular fundus Normal ocular fundus Retinal detachment Retinal haemorrhage Retinal dysplasia Optic nerve hypoplasia Optic neuritis Retinal degeneration 9 Globe and orbit Enophthalmos Exophthalmos Atrophy of the globe Buphthalmos Retrobulbar abscess Orbital cellulitis Orbital neoplasms Foreign bodies Proptosis 10 Lacrimal apparatus Epiphora Keratoconjunctivitis sicca Imperforate lacrimal punctum Hypoplasia Obstruction Dacryocystitis 11 Glaucoma Diagnosis Classification Clinical signs Differential diagnosis Treatment Sequelae Bibliography Alphabetical index
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