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. Methods Patients and preoperative workup This was a prospective study that included client-owned dogs of various breeds, sex, and ages that underwent phacoemulsification with IOL implantation between January 2021 and January 2022. The study was

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following phacoemulsification in the same way that some diabetic dogs with a mature cataract may have a reduced ERG response preoperatively. 3 Figure 1 Photograph of the position of electrodes for electroretinography in an anesthetized 7-month

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Phacoemulsification has surpassed extracapsular lens extraction to become the surgical technique of choice for removal of canine cataracts. 1,2 Decreased surgical time and trauma are made possible by a smaller corneal incision and more efficient

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completed with Utrata forceps. Phacoemulsification was performed with a phacoemulsification unit, i 0.9-mm ultrasonic tip j with a 30° bevel, and enriched balanced salt irrigation solution. k During the course of the lens removal, surgery was repeatedly

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surgeon, but some variation of phacoemulsification with prosthetic lens implantation is considered the optimal approach. 2–4 Reported success rates are difficult to compare because of differences in definitions of success, methods of surgery, skill and

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medicine. 14 The purpose of the study reported here was to evaluate efficacy of sub-Tenon injection of lidocaine on akinesia and mydriasis during phacoemulsification and intraoperative and postoperative analgesia in dogs. Materials and Methods

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Cataracts are one of the most common treatable causes of blindness in dogs. 1 Consequently, cataract surgery is also common, with phacoemulsification as the preferred technique. 2 Intraoperative and postoperative pain can be caused by

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was that no difference exists between IOP measured by use of an applanation tonometer or rebound tonometer in eyes of dogs after phacoemulsification. Materials and Methods Animals —Twenty-four dogs (40 eyes) on which elective cataract

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Cataract development is among the most common causes of reversible vision loss in dogs. 1 The surgical removal of cataracts by phacoemulsification is a common and highly successful surgical procedure in this species. 2,3 Reported long

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Phacoemulsification and aspiration for cataract extraction in dogs is an elective procedure commonly performed by veterinary ophthalmologists. Benefits include restoration of vision and reduction of cataract-related complications, such as glaucoma

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