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To report multiple congenital ocular defects in a Bedlington terrier dog aged 2.5 months with blindness. Routine ophthalmic examinations were performed for the clinical signs. Menace responses and cotton ball test were absent in both eyes (OU), but pupillary light reflexes were normal in OU. Slit...

Author(s)
Yoo SukJong; Ji DongBeom; Kim HwiYool; Seo KangMoon; Jeong ManBok
Publisher
Korean Society of Veterinary Science, Daejon, Korea Republic
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research, 2013, 53, 2, pp 133-136
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Author(s)
Nell, B.; Walde, I.
Citation
Wiener Tierärztliche Monatsschrift, 1998, 85, 6, pp 192-201
Abstract

The present study was aimed at evaluating the incidence of echographic abnormalities in the posterior segment of canine eyes with cataracts. Data were collected from medical records of 106 dogs with immature, mature or hypermature cataract, representing 175 eyes. These animals were seen for...

Author(s)
Ponchet, A.; Cantaloube, B.; Cazalot, G.; Régnier, A.
Publisher
École Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse, Toulouse, France
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 2005, 156, 7, pp 386-390
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Author(s)
Ori, J. I.; Yoshikai, T.; Yoshimura, S.; Ujino, H.; Takase, K.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 2000, 62, 11, pp 1201-1203
Abstract

An inherited form of persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous is described in the Staffordshire bull terrier breed. Nineteen of 52 dogs examined were affected. The condition was pleomorphic and usually was bilateral. The most common lesion was a fibrovascular pigmented plaque on the posterior...

Author(s)
Leon, A.; Curtis, R.; Barnett, K. C.
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 1986, 22, 6, pp 765-774
Abstract

The aim of this study was to compare the clinical, ultrastructural and immunohistochemical features of Bull Terrier hereditary nephritis with the characteristics of the human forms of Alport syndrome. Samples from affected Bull Terriers were compared with those from normal Bull Terriers and normal ...

Author(s)
Hood, J. C.; Savige, J.; Hendtlass, A.; Kleppel, M. M.; Huxtable, C. R.; Robinson, W. F.
Citation
Kidney International, 1995, 47, 3, pp 758-765
Abstract

Posterior lenticonus is a congenital defect of the posterior lenticular surface. The posterior cortical and capsular regions of the lens have a circumscribed conelike or globular protrusion of variable size. Opacities may be present in the region of the conus. The defect has been reported in man,...

Author(s)
Aguirre, G.; Bistner, S. I.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1973, 63, No.3, pp 455-461
Abstract

Microphthalmia, congenital cataracts, posterior lenticonus, and retinal dysplasia were observed in members of 3 litters of Akita puppies thought to be related to a common male ancestor. The electroretinograms of 3 clinically affected puppies were normal. Histological examination of 6 microphthalmic ...

Author(s)
Laratta, L. J.; Riis, R. C.; Kern, T. J.; Koch, S. A.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1985, 75, 3, pp 381-392
Abstract

Congenital blindness due to unilateral or bilateral multiple ocular anomalies is described in a family of Bouvier des Flandres. Lesions included combinations of optic nerve hypoplasia, retinal dysplasia and detachment, persistent hyperplastic tunica vasculosa lentis (persistent posterior...

Author(s)
Rensburg, I. B. J. van; Petrick, S. W.; Lugt, J. J. van der; Smit, M. M. E.
Citation
Progress in Veterinary & Comparative Ophthalmology, 1992, 2, 3, pp 133-139
Abstract

Eleven cases of congenital ocular defects were found in 144 Cavalier King Charles Spaniels examined in Sweden over 2 years. Mainly posterior lenticonus, cataracts and microphthalmia were observed in the affected dogs, most of which were interrelated. PM examination of one puppy 5 months old showed...

Author(s)
Narfström, K.; Dubielzig, R.
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 1984, 25, 11, pp 669-677

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