Atlas of Feline Ophthalmology by Kerry L. Ketring

By Kerry L. Ketring

Winning administration of eye sickness is determined by the veterinarian’s skill to spot ocular beneficial properties and distinguish pathologic adjustments. Atlas of tom cat Ophthalmology, moment Edition is a useful diagnostic reference, delivering top of the range colour images for comparability with a featuring grievance. proposing 394 pictures illustrating either general and pathologic ocular stipulations, this moment variation bargains a present, entire reference on ocular ailments, including stipulations well-known due to the fact that book of the 1st variation, a broader geographic scope, and lots of new photographs with more desirable caliber.

conscientiously designed for simple reference, the contents are divided into sections reminiscent of particular anatomical buildings of the attention. an invaluable appendix new to this variation teams figures through etiology, making it effortless to discover each photograph linked to a selected agent or illness. Atlas of tom cat Ophthalmology, moment Edition is an invaluable device helping normal practitioners in diagnosing eye ailment in cats.Content:
Chapter 1 general Eye (pages 1–8): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter 2 Globe–Orbit dating (pages 9–14): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter three Adnexa (pages 15–27): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter four Conjunctiva (pages 29–39): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter five Nictitating Membrane (pages 41–45): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter 6 Cornea (pages 47–66): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter 7 Anterior Uvea (pages 67–96): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter eight Glaucoma (pages 97–104): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter nine Lens (pages 105–111): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter 10 Vitreous (pages 113–115): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter eleven Retina and Choroid (pages 117–146): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze
Chapter 12 Optic Nerve (pages 147–153): Kerry L. Ketring and Mary Belle Glaze

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The lid margin is notched by an erythematous, ulcerative lesion. The right eyelid, nasal planum, and pinnae of both ears were similarly affected. (Reproduced from Veterinary Ocular Pathology: A Comparative Review . Dubielzig, Ketring, McLellan, Albert. ) Figure 58 Squamous cell carcinoma (12-year-old domestic shorthair) The medial canthus and nasal one-third of the lower lid are eroded by the tumor. The bulbar conjunctiva is normal. Biopsy confirmed the diagnosis. (Reproduced from Veterinary Ocular Pathology: A Comparative Review .

Ulceration secondary to feline herpesvirus infection was blamed for the symblepharon. The central scar implies a previously perforated corneal ulcer. Figure 114 Terriens marginal corneal degeneration (9-year-old domestic longhair) The vascularization, white discoloration, and irregular contours of the corneas first started in the left eye 3 years prior to this photograph. Abnormalities were confined to the cornea, which was edematous (white arrow ), vascularized, and thinner than normal (black arrow ).

The lid margin is notched by an erythematous, ulcerative lesion. The right eyelid, nasal planum, and pinnae of both ears were similarly affected. (Reproduced from Veterinary Ocular Pathology: A Comparative Review . Dubielzig, Ketring, McLellan, Albert. ) Figure 58 Squamous cell carcinoma (12-year-old domestic shorthair) The medial canthus and nasal one-third of the lower lid are eroded by the tumor. The bulbar conjunctiva is normal. Biopsy confirmed the diagnosis. (Reproduced from Veterinary Ocular Pathology: A Comparative Review .

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