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recorded at the time of examination. The IOP was approximated by use of a tonometer. b Blood pressure was measured noninvasively with an oscillometric monitor. c Ocular ultrasonographic examinations were performed by either a veterinarian (AD) with no

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dividing the signal by the noise. Questionnaire —Thirteen veterinarians, 7 of whom were in veterinary ophthalmology training programs (residents) and 6 of whom were board-certified ophthalmologists or had PhDs and were highly experienced in ERG (experts

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examination (including slit-lamp biomicroscopy and fluorescein staining of each eye) and during physical examination, clinical signs of ocular and systemic disease were subjectively scored ( Appendix ) by a veterinarian (JMS). Subsequently, slit

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introduced into the present study by the increasingly widespread use of ophthalmic fluoroquinolone preparations (almost exclusively ciprofloxacin) by the hospital's veterinarian referral base. This practice could have favored selection of dogs with ulcerative

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Positive identification of individual dogs is important for veterinarians, dog breeders, and animal rescue agencies. Unalterable identification of dogs via hip-joint radiography and certification by the Orthopedic Foundation of America, ocular

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glucocorticoid drugs, an adverse drug reaction could occur. The degree to which different ophthalmic glucocorticoid drugs are absorbed systemically may influence a veterinarian’s decision on which medications to use to treat anterior uveitis, especially in small

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diagnosed only after the owner has brought the dog to a veterinarian because of apparent lens changes. Thus, in most diabetic dogs, it is likely that substantial biochemical changes have already occurred in the lens at the time diabetes mellitus is diagnosed

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the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians Research Grant. The authors thank Kirk Nemechek and Jessie Roberts at the Sunset Zoo and Christine Hackworth, Dr. Elizabeth Hyde, Dr. Beverly Finneburgh, Sarah Ostrom, and Brian Becker for technical

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Veterinary Medical Center, medical records were reviewed to obtain information about the patient's response to treatment, and referring veterinarians or owners were contacted by telephone to obtain follow-up information for horses that were not treated at the

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veterinarians often prescribe topically administered ophthalmic preparations formulated for humans, one could assume that production of more alkaline ophthalmic drug preparations could increase the ocular comfort of treated animals. However, alkalization of

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