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Laboratory evaluation of aqueous humor in the healthy dog, cat, horse, and cow

Laboratory evaluation of aqueous humor in the healthy dog, cat, horse, and cow

American Journal of Veterinary Research 46(3): 657-659

Using routinely available clinical laboratory methods, aqueous humor samples were evaluated from 12 healthy dogs, 15 healthy cats, 7 healthy horses, and 6 healthy cows. Aqueous humor was almost acellular; cells that were present had degenerated beyond recognition. Protein concentration was low; only albumin was detectable on electrophoresis. Creatine phosphokinase and lactate dehydrogenase isoenzymes were not detected. Artifacts induced by sampling were insignificant compared with alterations in aqueous humor composition that occur with ocular diseases.

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