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Objective: To assess and compare retention, application characteristics, and patient tolerance of nine bandage contact lens types from four manufacturers. Animals studied: Six research Beagles were used in this pilot study. Procedure: Five bandage contact lens types from two veterinary brands and...

Author(s)
Diehl, K. A.; Bowden, A. C.; Knudsen, D.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Ophthalmology, 2019, 22, 5, pp 584-590
Abstract

Objective: To determine whether polyxylon bandage contact lenses influence healing time and ocular comfort in the management of spontaneous chronic corneal epithelial defects in dogs. Methods: Twenty dogs with spontaneous chronic corneal epithelial defects were included. All dogs were treated by...

Author(s)
Grinninger, P.; Verbruggen, A. M. J.; Kraijer-Huver, I. M. G.; Djajadiningrat-Laanen, S. C.; Teske, E.; Boevé, M. H.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 2015, 56, 7, pp 446-449
Abstract

Corneal perforation can cause profound vision loss and requires immediate treatment. Bandage contact lens insertion and gluing are temporary treatment methods. However, if the patient cannot undergo surgery for a variety of reasons, these methods are inevitably used as permanent treatment methods....

Author(s)
Jang JeHwan; Kim JoonYoung
Publisher
TÜBİTAK, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, 2019, 43, 5, pp 698-705
Abstract

This article describes the manufacture, application and maintenance of contact lenses to aid in the vision of cats and dogs.

Author(s)
Fukase, T.; Nakamura, Y.
Publisher
Buneido Publishing Company Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Japan, 2014, 67, 8, pp 590-595
AbstractFull Text

The effects of Fibrin Adhesive (Tisseel-tissue adhesive) in corneal wounds were investigated in dogs. A 0.02-0.05 ml Tisseel was applied onto the incision area (2, 5, 7, 11 mm length) in dog model. Conjunctival flapping, suture applications, contact lens placement and tharsorraphy were performed in ...

Author(s)
Okumuș, Z.
Publisher
Atatürk Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Yayinidir, Erzurum, Turkey
Citation
Atatürk Üniversitesi Veteriner Bilimleri Dergisi, 2014, 9, 2, pp 112-116
Abstract

Two cases of endothelial degeneration and indolent corneal ulcer are reported. In the first case, a 14-year-old, female Dalmatian dog had a 1-year history of endothelial degeneration and an indolent corneal ulcer which lasted for 2 months. In the second case, a 10-year-old, male Springer spaniel ...

Author(s)
Liapis, C. I.
Publisher
Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society, Athens, Greece
Citation
Deltion tes Ellenikes Kteniatrikes Etaireias = Journal of the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society, 2008, 59, 3, pp 261-269
Abstract

PURPOSE. The authors recently used topical endoscopy to image the mouse eye fundus. Here, they widened the field of application for this ophthalmologic tool, imaging both the posterior and the anterior eye segments in larger animals commonly encountered in research laboratories and veterinary...

Author(s)
Guyomard, J. L.; Rosolen, S. G.; Paques, M.; Delyfer, M. N.; Simonutti, M.; Tessier, Y.; Sahel, J. A.; Legargasson, J. F.; Picaud, S.
Publisher
Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Inc., Rockville, USA
Citation
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 2008, 49, 11, pp 5168-5174
Abstract

136 dogs and 6 cats with persistent corneal erosions were identified and chronologically assigned to 6 different treatment groups. All affected eyes were treated with debridement of the cornea and topical administration of chloramphenicol and atropine. One group received no other treatment and...

Author(s)
Morgan, R. V.; Abrams, K. L.
Citation
Veterinary & Comparative Ophthalmology, 1994, 4, 1, pp 38-43
Abstract

An 810-nm semiconductor diode laser and non-contact laser direct ophthalmoscope were used for mid-peripheral iridotomy in darkly pigmented eyes in fresh cadavers, and on a single healthy live dog. Despite using various laser settings on the cadaver eyes it was not possible to create a visible...

Author(s)
Nadelstein, B.; Davidson, M. G.; Gilger, B. C.
Citation
Veterinary & Comparative Ophthalmology, 1996, 6, 4, pp 230-232
Abstract

A disposable vitreophage developed to remove human vitreous by suction was used experimentally in the left eye of 12 normal dogs, which were killed 2, 4 or 12 weeks later. The lens and about a third of the vitreous were removed. Functional left eye vision was maintained in seven (58%) of the dogs....

Author(s)
Peiffer, R. L., Jr; Weintraub, B. A.
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 1979, 14, 4, pp 421-432

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