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Information for pet owners on cataract surgery, including the procedure itself and aftercare required.
‘Dry eye’ is an eye disease commonly found in dogs. It occurs when insufficient tears are produced from the tear glands.
Dogs and cats have an extra eyelid called the 'third eyelid' or the nictitans or nictitating membrane, at the inside corner of their eyes.
Information from our Ophthalmology team on the different types of corneal grafts available to treat deep corneal ulcers.
Distichiasis is a common condition in dogs. It occurs when eyelashes are abnormally positioned and emerge too close to the eyelid margin.
Enucleation is the term given to describe the removal of an eye. It is only performed if an eye is blind and likely to be painful long term.
Information for Pet Owners on the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of Glaucoma in cats and dogs.
How to help your dog if they've recently lost their sight
Information from Davies Veterinary Specialists Veterinary Ophthalmology team on the causes, symptoms and treatment for lens luxation in cats and dogs.
How to help your cat if they’ve recently lost their sight
Our Veterinary Ophthalmology team discuss the causes, symptoms and available treatment for non-healing or indolent corneal ulcers in dogs.
Progressive Retinal Atrophy describes an inherited disease of dogs that causes slowly progressive blindness over a period of months or years.
Information for pet owners on the causes, risk factors, symptoms and diagnosis of retinal detachment.
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