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Articles by B. Keith Collins, DVM, MS, DACVO

B. Keith Collins, DVM, MS, DACVO


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Feline corneal diseases: herpesvirus and more (Proceedings)
May 1, 2011

Ocular disease due to feline herpesvirus (FHV) is common. It is estimated that 80% of cats are latently infected with the virus, and approximately 40% of these cats will suffer recrudescent infection in later life. These estimates are based on data that is several decades old, and the actual percentages may be higher.

Canine corneal diseases: secrets for transparency greater than the federal stimulus (Proceedings)
May 1, 2011

The normal cornea is clear, and any alteration in clarity signifies pathology. Possible pathologic changes include corneal vessels, edema, pigment, lipid or calcium deposits, inflammatory cell infiltrates, destruction from degradative enzymes, and scarring. Such changes are usually non-specific and incited by numerous causes.

Lacrimal disease can make you cry: What to do? (Proceedings)
May 1, 2011

Abnormalities of the lacrimal system are common and generally divided into those that affect the secretory system (e.g., dry eye) or the excretory system (e.g., blocked tear duct).

Canine corneal diseases: Treatment for transparency greater than the federal stimulus (Proceedings)
August 1, 2009

The normal cornea is clear, and any alteration in clarity signifies pathology.

Feline corneal diseases: Herpes and more (Proceedings)
August 1, 2009

Ocular disease due to feline herpesvirus (FHV) is common.

Lacrimal disease can make you cry: What to do? (Proceedings)
August 1, 2009

Abnormalities of the lacrimal system are common and generally divided into those that affect the secretory system (e.g., dry eye) or the excretory system (e.g., blocked tear duct).

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