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Granulomatous uveitis in an owl


, : Granulomatous uveitis in an owl. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 193(3): 365-366

Granulomatous lens-induced uveitis was diagnosed in a mature male barred owl. Initial ocular examination revealed a large white mass in the left eye. After enucleation of the left globe, histological examination revealed the mass to be a granulomatous inflammatory reaction to a posteriorly luxated, traumatized lens.

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