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Exophthalmos in dogs and cats-part II



Exophthalmos in dogs and cats-part II



Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 11(8): 911...926



This article discusses the causes and treatment of exophthalmos in dogs and cats such as congenital exopthalmos, orbital inflammatory disease, diagnosis of inflammatory disorders, treatment of inflammatory disorders, eosinophilic myositis, orbital cystic disease, trauma-induced exophthalmos and the diagnosis and treatment of this condition such as preventing additional swelling and haemorrhage, preventing exposure of the ocular surface, reducing orbital swelling and preventing orbital swelling, craniomandibular osteopathy, orbital neoplasia and other causes of exophthalmos. There are 10 coloured photographs illustrating the conditions.

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