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Articles by Gwendolyn Lynch, DVM, DACVO

Gwendolyn Lynch, DVM, DACVO

Ophthalmic anatomy and diagnostics (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

Pertinent ophthalmic anatomy for veterinarians in private practice is reviewed from the outside in, as are related diagnostic tests and pertinent diseases. In order, the orbit, eyelids, third eyelid, tear film, nasolacrimal drainage system, cornea and sclera, lens, uveal tract (iris, ciliary body, choroid), iridocorneal angle and aqueous dynamics, vitreous, retina, optic nerve, and visual cortex are reviewed.

Corneal surgical techniques: Conjunctival pedicle grafts and beyond (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

Corneal surgical techniques available for use in veterinary medicine are reviewed. Surgeries discussed include linear grid keratotomy, multiple superficial punctate keratotomy, diamond burr superficial keratectomy, thermokeratoplasty, keratectomy, conjunctival graft placement (pedicle, island, bridge, advancement, etc.), corneoconjunctival transposition flaps, penetrating and lamellar keratoplasties (corneal transplants), biosynthetic graft placement (A-cell, BioSist), and amnion graft placement.

What is an ophthalmic emergency and what to do with it (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

True ophthalmic emergencies commonly seen in small animal practice include acute primary glaucoma, anterior lens luxation, traumatic globe proptosis, and progressive deep corneal ulceration. It is important that the general practitioner be able to recognize these sorts of emergencies.

Basic ocular anatomy and diagnostics (Proceedings)
April 1, 2009

A review of the basic anatomy of the eye in dogs and cats.

What is an ophthalmic emergency? And what to do with it (Proceedings)
April 1, 2009

A review of how to treat acute primary glaucoma, a luxated lens, globe proptosis, corneal laceration, and deep/progressive ulceration.

Current glaucoma therapy (Proceedings)
April 1, 2008

During this talk, we will be discussing currently available medical and surgical therapies for glaucoma in veterinary medicine, with emphasis on what is new and updated, as well as when their use is appropriate.

Vision in domestic animals (Proceedings)
April 1, 2008

"How well can my pet see?" is a common question pet owners pose to veterinarians.

Orbital diseases of the dog and cat: A case based discussion (Proceedings)
April 1, 2008

Orbital disease can be a challenge to diagnose and treat appropriately.

Cataract surgery in veterinary medicine today (Proceedings)
April 1, 2008

It is important to recognize qualities that affect candidacy for cataract surgery in our small animal patients.


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