Paul A. Gerding Jr., DVM, MS, DACVO
Techniques for useful interpretation of the small animal fundus (Proceedings)
Some of the most common fundic abnormalities result from ocular fungal disease such as blastomycosis, but cryptococosis, histoplasmosis and coccidiomycosis also may cause a variety of retinal changes.
Current and practical updates on ocular therapeutics (Proceedings)
The degree of penetration of topically applied medications depends on integrity of normal defense mechanisms of the eye.
Diagnosis and treatment of secondary ocular diseases in horses (Proceedings)
Equine recurrent uveitis is an immune-mediated disease characterized by delayed hypersensitivity reactions.
Common ocular disorders and treatments for the small animal practitioner (Proceedings)
Indications of a full thickness eyelid wedge resection include mass, tumor and entropion/ectropion.
Basic ophthalmic diagnostics and techniques including dos and don'ts (Proceedings)
The importance of a reliable and accurate history that is relevant to the presentation at your examination cannot be overemphasized.