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different prognostic factors on outcomes, and complications of intravitreal cidofovir injection in end-stage glaucoma in dogs. Methods Patients The medical records of client-owned dogs with ophthalmic diseases referred to the Seoul National

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, the cat was represented for recheck ophthalmic examination. Secondary, end-stage glaucoma and blindness (absent menace, absent dazzle, absent direct and consensual pupillary light reflex) had developed OS, and early glaucoma was suspected OD

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Chihuahua. Three dogs had end-stage glaucoma. A subconjunctival surgical approach was used for 5 dogs and a transpalpebral approach for the other 5 dogs. Dogs in the control group included 4 spayed females, 3 sexually intact females, and 3 castrated males

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epithelium and retina, has been used to control intraocular pressure in dogs with end-stage glaucoma. 13 By destroying the ciliary body, intravitreal gentamicin injection causes a decrease aqueous humor production. 13 Because systemic therapeutic dose

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veterinarian in these 12 cats. Histopathology was available for 4 out of the 12 globes, and histopathologic diagnosis confirmed FDIM. Five cats initially presented with bilateral progressive pigmented lesions and, in 1 eye, had already developed end-stage

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.1111/vop.12874 5. Maggio F , Bras D . Surgical treatment of canine glaucoma: filtering and end-stage glaucoma procedures . Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract . 2015 ; 45 ( 6 ): 1261 – 1282 . doi: 10.1016/j.cvsm.2015.06.008 6. Schlunck G

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