3 must-reads on canine ophthalmology
Brush up on your ocular care knowledge with these 3 insightful articles.
Veterinary ophthalmology terminology is constantly evolving. To help you stay up to date, we’ve selected 3 informative articles for you to read at your leisure. From a guide on the classifications, diagnosis, and treatment of glaucoma to treatment approaches for managing keratoconjunctivitis sicca in canines—there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Happy reading!
- An overview of canine glaucoma: Veterinary ophthalmologist Ron Ofri, DVM, PhD, DECVO, outlines the classifications and diagnosis of canine glaucoma, plus provides individualized treatment approaches.
- Diagnosis and treatment of dry eye in dogs: Tears play a vital role in maintaining the health of ocular surfaces, contribute to ocular defenses and lubrication, and more. Learn the hallmark signs of keratoconjunctivitis sicca in dogs, plus check out tips for managing this condition in these patients.
- Help with challenges in eyelid surgery: Proper eyelid anatomy is necessary for protecting the globe and distributing tear film on the ocular surface. From entropion to ectropion to small eyelid tumors, discover surgical correction approaches for these common disorders.