Lynsey Smith, DVM, DACVO
The dos and don'ts of treating ocular disease in cats (Proceedings)
Apocrine sweat gland tumors in the glands of moll. Single or multiple, dark color, benign, resemble human apocrine hidrocystomas.
Corneal disease in dogs: there is a hole in my cornea (Proceedings)
Perforation, especially if leaking, is a definite emergency if globe is to be saved. Perforation typically has a fibrin plug, blood, iris adhered to cornea, collapsed anterior chamber, aqueous humor leakage
Ocular diagnostic testing: what, when, how? (Proceedings)
Set yourself up for success, Have a quiet dark room, a comfortable exam space, a stool, and an assistant. If presenting for other problems as well, do the eye exam first.Have a systematic plan and stick to it.