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The horses concerned in this investigation had been maintained for two years in areas practically devoid of grass but had been fed liberally on a ration consisting of oats, maize, timothy hay and bran, and most of the animals were in excellent condition. Attacks of iridocyclitis were frequently of...

Author(s)
JONES, T. C.; MAURER, F. D.; ROBY, T. O.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1945, 6, pp 67-80
Abstract

This drug is a metalchelating agent. Intravenous injection in dogs may produce tapetal zinc loss and necrosis at varying doses, with secondary retinal detachment and permanent blindness.
Notable species differences exist in ocular zinc concentrations, related mainly to the nature of the tapetum....

Author(s)
Budinger, J. M.
Citation
Arch. Pathol., 1961, 71, pp 304-310
Abstract

Histologically proven complete retinal breaks without detachment were observed in 12 of 50 senile dogs. Another 18 had incomplete breaks.

Author(s)
Okun, E.; Rubin, L. F.; Collins, E. M.
Citation
Arch. Ophthalmol., 1961, 66, pp 702-707
Abstract

A description of early retinal detachment in 2 highly inbred terriers; a previous litter sired by the father of one of these dogs contained two females with recurrent haemorrhage into the anterior chamber of the eye.-E.V.I.

Author(s)
Rubin, L. F.
Citation
Small Animal Clinician, 1963, 3, pp 387-389
Abstract

In a dog with cryptococcosis of the central nervous system, there were four subretinal granu-lomatous foci containing cryptococci. The ophthal-moscopic findings were solid retinal detachment, with localized colour change in the fundus. (AS).

Author(s)
Rubin, L. F.; Craig, P. H.
Publisher
Soh. of Vet. Med., Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1965, 147, pp 27-32
Abstract

The clinical, genealogical and pathological features of bilateral retinal dysplasia with total retinal detachment in three Sealyham puppies from two litters are described. There were no evident associated abnormalities, though P.M. examinations were not carried out. It is believed that this is the...

Author(s)
Ashton, N.; Barnett, K. C.; Sachs, D. D.
Citation
Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, 1968, 96, pp 269-272
Abstract

Time-amplitude ultrasonography was found diagnostically useful in dogs, horses and a cat, in which opacity of the ocular media obscured direct visualization, particularly in determining whether there was coincident retinal detachment. This method was used to determine changes in axial length,...

Author(s)
Rubin, L. F.; Koch, S. A.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1968, 153, pp 1706-1716
Abstract

Of 362 Collie dogs examined for fundus abnormalities, about 70% showed characteristic lesions including chorioretinal dysplasia, excessive tortuosity of the retinal vessels, excavation of the optic disk, retinal detachment and intraocular haemorrhage. In an experiment three phenotypically affected...

Author(s)
Yakely, W. L.; Wyman, M.; Donovan, E. F.; Fechheimer, N. S.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1968, 152, pp 457-461
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Author(s)
Barnett, K. C.; Grimes, T. D.
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 1972, 13, No.6, pp 315-319
Abstract

Microphthalmia and multiple colobomas were detected in 45 Australian Shepherd dogs. The ocular anomalies and percentage of affected dogs with a particular anomaly included microphthalmia (100%); microcornea (100%), and heterochromia irides with dyscoria and corectopia (100%). In affected eyes,...

Author(s)
Gelatt, K. N.; McGill, L. D.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1973, 162, No.5, pp 393-396

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