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Inspection of the eyes and investigation of samples after lavage of the nasolacrimal duct and/or the conjunctival sac with saline revealed that 18 (11.5%) of the 156 horses examined were infected with T. lachrymalis. The infected horses originated from Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, Hesse, Saxony or...

Dongus, H.; Beelitz, P.; Wollanke, B.; Gerhards, H.; Gothe, R.
Terra-Verlag Heizmann, Konstanz, Germany
Tierärztliche Umschau, 2000, 55, 11, pp 599-602

A 4-year-old Icelandic pony gelding was presented to the Department of Equine Surgery, University of Munich, with severe, chronic corneal ulceration in both eyes, which had not responded to conservative and surgical treatment. The eyes were very painful and there was severe bilateral blepharospasm, ...

Wollanke, B.; Gerhards, H.; Dongus, H.; Gothe, R.
Wiener Tierärztliche Monatsschrift, 1998, 85, 12, pp 440-442