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What are the signs of melting corneal ulcers?
“The clinical appearance of melting corneal ulcers includes a gelatinous and liquefied corneal stroma with corneal edema. Ocular pain, mucopurulent ocular discharge, and secondary uveitis often accompany the process.”
-Matthew P. Landry, DVM; Mary E. Lassaline, DVM, PhD; Andras M. Komaromy, DVM, PhD, DACVO; Maria E. Kallberg, DVM, PhD; Dennis E. Brooks, DVM, PhD, DACVO; and Kirk N. Gelatt, VMD, DACVO
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