Quick guidebook to canine and feline ophthalmology - 2nd edition

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Quick guidebook to canine and feline ophthalmology - 2nd edition

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The aim of this guide is to provide both the vet and the student with a quick reference guide to enable them to easily recognize the most common ophthalmological ailments seen in daily practice. More than 700 images from real cases to easily recognize the most common ophthalmological ailments seen in daily practice.

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The aim of this guide is to provide both the vet and the student with a quick reference guide to enable them to easily recognize the most common ophthalmological ailments seen in daily practice. More than 700 images from real cases to easily recognize the most common ophthalmological ailments seen in daily practice.

M. CARMEN TAVOR SAHUQUILLO


Professor of veterinary medicine and clinical surgery, Professor of ophthalmology, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Murcia, Spain.
Diploma in ophthalmology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. French certificate of veterinary ophthalmology.Member of the Latin American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (CLOVE).

Table of Contents:

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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Data sheet

Author
Javier Esteban
Page count
408
Trim size
17 × 24 cm
Pub date
2019
Product type
Hardcover
Chapters
11

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Quick guidebook to canine and feline ophthalmology - 2nd edition

The aim of this guide is to provide both the vet and the student with a quick reference guide to enable them to easily recognize the most common ophthalmological ailments seen in daily practice. More than 700 images from real cases to easily recognize the most common ophthalmological ailments seen in daily practice.

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