Image Quiz: Ophthalmology—A cat with a chronically red eye

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Image Quiz: Ophthalmology—A cat with a chronically red eye

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Feb 03, 2011

This cat presented with a two-month history of a red eye. It had mild blepharospasm and mucoid ocular discharge.


You perform a corneal scraping, and the results of a cytologic examination are shown below.

What is your primary rule out?

a) Primary corneal neoplasia

b) Bacterial ulcerative keratitis

c) Viral ulcerative keratitis

d) Eosinophilic keratitis

e) Fungal viral keratitis

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