Department of Clinical Sciences
College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Dr. Juliet Gionfriddo examines a case of a pup with a rough cornea with increased opacity.
Dr. Juliet Gionfriddo helps find the cause of Lucky Duck's eye matter.
This dog's problem was not conjunctivitis—as was first thought—but something much more serious.
Dr. Juliet Gionfriddo answers this reader query about a discolored sclera.
What's causing this dog's increased intraocular pressure?
What is your primary rule out in this cat?
Corneal ulcers usually heal rapidly with appropriate treatment, but this Labrador developed two that were slow to heal.
Treating the primary cause is indicated in most conjunctivitis cases.
Most sources state that the reference range of Schirmer tear test values is 15 to 20 mm/min in most species.
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