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  • Cactus-induced keratoconjunctivitis in Texas: A case series of three dogs and one cat. [Case Reports]
    Vet Ophthalmol 2019Dowler KK, Scott EM, … Vallone LV
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cactus-induced keratoconjunctivitis should be considered as a differential in regions in which Opuntia cacti are prevalent, and microscopic ocular foreign bodies are observed. Although glochids are difficult to extract, positive clinical outcomes can occur in small animal patients despite the presence of residual organic corneal foreign material.
  • Canine ocular and periocular snakebites requiring enucleation: A report of 19 cases. [Journal Article]
    Vet Ophthalmol 2019; 22(5):666-673Scott EM, Schlesener BN, … Teixeira LBC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Snakebite envenomation is a largely necrotizing disease process that can result in profound infiltrative and destructive ocular changes presumed to be related to the proteolytic factors and necrotoxins in venom. Ocular alterations secondary to snakebites may be irreversible regardless of supportive therapy instituted.
  • Corneal Response to Injury and Infection in the Horse. [Review]
    Vet Clin North Am Equine Pract 2017; 33(3):439-463Plummer CE
  • This article describes the natural responses of the immune system and the cornea to injury and infection. The process of reepithelialization and reformation of stromal collagen is discussed, as are the clinical signs and manifestations of the effects of the healing response when it is routine and when it is pathologic. Excessive inflammatory or immune responses by host tissues can cause further d…
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