Case Study: CORNEA WITH CHRONIC SUPERFICIAL KERATITIS Above: Appears to be an Immune Mediated Keratitis (inflammation of the cornea requiring topical steroids to keep it controlled. Unilateral in this dog (a greyhound) but usually a bilateral disease of German shepherds. This
Case Study: UVEODERMATOLOGIC SYNDROME IN 2-YEAR OLD AKITA History Name: “Sheila” Sex: Spayed female Color: Black and white Weight: 91 lbs. (41.4 kg) At nine months of age, Sheila’s black pigmentation began fading to the point she appears now appears
Above: In this German Shepherd the disease of the cornea was just starting, but the third eyelids were heavily infiltrated with plasma cells (a type of B-cell). Doctors on the Case Robert J. Munger, DVM, DACVO Annajane B, Marlar, DVM,
“Cataract, You and Your Pet” is a video primer for pet owners considering cataract surgery for their dog or cat. Produced by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists this video explores causes and treatments. Case Study: CATARACT example Above: Dr.