Ophthalmology Surgery STAT: How to perform a standing enucleation in horses DVM360 MAGAZINE: Apr 18, 2016 By Maia Ramírez Aitken, DVM, DACVS (large animal), American College of Veterinary Surgeons Under the right circumstances, you can skip general anesthesia and remove a neoplastic, traumatized or severely infected eye right in the field. Service animal eye event offers free eye exams in May DVM360 MAGAZINE: Mar 09, 2016 By Portia Stewart, Editor, Team Channel Director Free screenings for service animals help keep an eye on the eyesight of these hardworking animals. Dry-eyed at last: Nasolacrimal stenting procedure corrects a cat's tear duct obstruction DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jan 22, 2016 By dvm360.com staff The pioneering technique from UC Davis keeps ducts permanently unobstructed. UC Davis veterinary ophthalmologists keep event horse on track for victory dvm360.com: Dec 17, 2015 By dvm360.com staff Equine specialty team treats corneal laceration in time for winning spree. Eye drop delivery in a scared kitten: Two wrong ways, then a right VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 05, 2015 By dvm360.com staff Watch this video. Your feline patients will thank you. Immune-mediated keratitis in horses DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 01, 2015 By Ed Kane, PhD Early diagnosis and veterinary treatment are key to saving the sight of equine patients with IMMK. Glaucoma crisis: When to turn to surgery and when to refer VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 10, 2015 By Micki Armour, VMD, DACVO Guidance on knowing when medical intervention isn't sufficient any longer. Video: What's the best way to measure intraocular pressure? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 10, 2015 By Micki Armour, VMD, DACVO Dr. Micki Armour's preferred method for obtaining the most reliable measurement. A Fear-Free tip for your ophthalmic examinations VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 10, 2015 By Micki Armour, VMD, DACVO Get pet owners involved to make the experience more comfortable for everyone. Your treatment options for glaucoma in small animals VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 07, 2015 By Micki Armour, VMD, DACVO Pharmacologic and surgical treatment options provide management of clinical signs, but there is no "cure" for these cases. A new way of looking at glaucoma VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 07, 2015 By Micki Armour, VMD, DACVO Elevated intraocular pressure is now considered a risk factor for developing this common ocular disease, not the means of diagnosis. Veterinary glaucoma update VETERINARY MEDICINE: May 08, 2015 By Micki Armour, VMD, DACVO Expert news from the frontlines of eye care How to approach the squinty cat (Proceedings) CVC IN WASHINGTON, D.C. PROCEEDINGS: Apr 01, 2015 By Micki Armour, VMD, DACVO There are many potential pathogens that can lead to ocular irritation in cats; of note are Chlamydophila felis, Calicivirus, Mycoplasma, and Feline herpesvirus 1. Glaucoma (Proceedings) CVC IN WASHINGTON, D.C. PROCEEDINGS: Apr 01, 2015 By Micki Armour, VMD, DACVO Glaucoma is a complicated and often frustrating cause of vision loss in small animals. Avian ophthalmology (Proceedings) CVC IN WASHINGTON, D.C. PROCEEDINGS: Apr 01, 2015 By Lauren Powers, DVM, DABVP Free ranging birds are highly dependent on accurate vision in order to capture prey and forage, to avoid predators, and to find suitable perches and shelter. « First « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 ... 16 Next » Last » Hot topics on dvm360Petco bans pet food and treats with artificial ingredients Oh no! A new tick species we have to worry about in the U.S. What's Amazon doing in the pet consumables market? NAVTA recognizes new veterinary technician specialty dvm360 Investigative Report: Where have all the good dogs gone?