3D Ophthalmology in Dogs

3D Ophthalmology in Dogs

By Fernando Laguna Sanz, Fernando Sanz Herrera

3D Ophthalmology in Dogs PDF book reviews, using a highly visual approach, the most common eye disorders and diseases affecting dogs; it includes illustrations, images, and 3D animations to provide veterinary practitioners with a genuine experience of clinical ophthalmology. The content is particularly useful, with concise, comprehensible texts that are supported by the visual material.

 

Table of Contents

1. Physiological anatomy

Structure and function of the eye and its adnexa

2. Eyelids

Entropion

Ectropion

Masses

Blepharitis

Chalazion

Distichia

Ectopic cilia

Lacerations

Plasties

Pseudoptosis

3. Tear

Quantitative keratoconjunctivitis sicca: causes

Neurogenic keratitis sicca

Quantitative keratoconjunctivitis sicca

Nasolacrimal duct stenosis and obstruction

Obstruction of the duct

Dacryocystitis

4. Nictitating membrane and conjunctiva

Prolapsed nictitating membrane gland

Everted cartilage

Plasmoma and chronic superficial keratitis

Nictitating membrane neoplasms

Lacerations

Nictitating membrane protrusion and prolapse

5. Cornea

Ulcers

Superficial corneal ulcers

Ulcers with detached edges

Deep and perforated corneal ulcers

Melting corneal ulcers (collagenolytic)

Corneal laceration

Corneal sequestration

Feline eosinophilic keratitis

Pigmentary keratitis

Corneal dystrophies

Corneal degenerations

6. Uvea

Unilateral uveitis

Endogenous uveitis

Infectious causes of uveitis

Hypertensive uveitis

Uveal tumours

7. Glaucoma

Primary glaucoma

Secondary glaucoma

8. Lens

Cataracts

Genetic

Other causes of cataract

Lens luxation

Anterior

Posterior

Nuclear sclerosis

9. Retina, vitreous, and optic nerve

Vitreous degeneration

Vitritis

Retinal detachment

Retinal degeneration

Retinal haemorrhage

Chorioretinitis

Optic neuritis

Posterior segment tumours

10. Orbit

Orbital cellulitis and orbital

abscess

Orbital neoplasms

Orbital trauma

Proptosis

Autoimmune orbital myositis

11. Neuro-ophthalmology

Horner’s syndrome

Acute blindness of retinal

origin

Acute central blindness

Facial paralysis

12. Developmental diseases

Microphthalmia and anophthalmia

Eyelid and cornea colobomata

Anterior segment dysgenesis

Congenital cataracts

Persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous, persistent hyperplastic tunica vasculosa lentis, and persistent hyaloid artery

Retinal dysplasia

Posterior segment colobomata

References

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