17 July 2018 19:30 - 17 July 2018 22:00
Corneal Disease in the Cat
The Royal Oak, Ockbrook, 55 Green Lane, Ockbrook Derby Derbyshire, DE72 3SE
The cat cornea is subject to most of the problems that affect corneas of other veterinary species with the additional major influence of feline herpes virus. This might be considered the commonest infection seen in small animal practice - if it can be confirmed.
This presentation outlines the approach to cats presenting with corneal abnormalities and describes potential medical and surgical interventions. The nature of some of these conditions can have profound influence on how we treat cats in general - "The eye is the mirror of the soul.”
Speaker: Pip Boydell BVetMed CertVOphtal MRCVS
Intended for Veterinary Surgeons, Veterinary Nurses, and Students
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