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Clinical Atlas of Canine and Feline Ophthalmic Disease

by Douglas W. Esson
September 2015Clinical Atlas of Canine and Feline Ophthalmic Disease

Clinical Atlas of Canine and Feline Ophthalmic Disease provides an image-rich resource for diagnosing and treating ophthalmic conditions in clinical practice.

  • Presents more than 600 high-quality color photographs depicting commonly encountered ocular conditions in dogs and cats
  • Includes multiple images for each disease to show varying presentations
  • Organized for easy reference, covering the most commonly encountered conditions first
  • Designed for daily use in the busy clinical setting, allowing practitioners to quickly find and compare images as they see cases
  • Provides a concise summary of the most clinically relevant information on diagnosing and managing ophthalmic disease

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Acknowledgments xi
Section 1. Anatomy and Diagnostics 1
Chapter 1. Normal Ocular Anatomy 2
Chapter 2. Normal Pigmentary Variations 4
Chapter 3. The Normal Canine Fundus 6
Chapter 4. The Normal Feline Fundus 8
Chapter 5. The Normal Subalbinotic Fundus 10
Chapter 6. Normal Myelination Variations 12
Chapter 7. The Ocular Examination 14
Section 2. Diseases of the Eyelids 17
Chapter 8. Eyelid Agenesis 18
Chapter 9. Eyelid Laceration 20
Chapter 10. Distichiasis 22
Chapter 11. Ectopic Cilia 24
Chapter 12. Trichiasis 26
Chapter 13. Tear FilmWicking Syndrome 28
Chapter 14. Entropion 30
Chapter 15. Ectropion 32
Chapter 16. Combined Entropion-Ectropion 34
Chapter 17. Macropalpebral Fissure 36
Chapter 18. Chalazion 38
Chapter 19. Juvenile Pyoderma 40
Chapter 20. Immune-Mediated Blepharoconjunctivitis 42
Chapter 21. Autoimmune Blepharitis 44
Chapter 22. Eosinophilic Folliculitis/Furunculosis 46
Chapter 23. Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) 48
Chapter 24. Dermatomyositis 50
Chapter 25. Demodex-Associated Blepharitis 52
Chapter 26. Dermatophytosis 54
Chapter 27. Radiation Induced Blepharoconjunctivitis 56
Chapter 28. Apocrine Hidrocystoma 58
Chapter 29. Sebaceous Adenoma/Epithelioma 60
Chapter 30. Histiocytoma 62
Chapter 31. Eyelid Melanocytoma 64
Chapter 32. Eyelid Melanoma 66
Chapter 33. Cutaneous Epitheliotropic Lymphoma (CEL) 68
Chapter 34. Eyelid Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) 70
Chapter 35. Mast Cell Tumor (MCT) 72
Chapter 36. Fibrosarcoma 74
Section 3. Diseases of the Conjunctiva, Nasolacrimal System, and Third Eyelid 77
Chapter 37. Allergic Conjunctivitis 78
Chapter 38. Dacryocystitis 80
Chapter 39. Symblepharon 82
Chapter 40. Herpesviral-Associated Conjunctivitis 84
Chapter 41. Third Eyelid Gland Prolapse (Cherry Eye) 86
Chapter 42. Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca (Dry Eye) 88
Chapter 43. ScrolledThird Eyelid Cartilage 90
Chapter 44. Medial Canthal Pocket Syndrome 92
Chapter 45. Onchocerciasis 94
Chapter 46. Thelazia 96
Chapter 47. Papilloma 98
Chapter 48. Conjunctival Melanoma 100
Chapter 49. Conjunctival Hemangioma/Hemangiosarcoma 102
Chapter 50. Adenoma/Adenocarcinoma 104
Chapter 51. Conjunctival Lymphoma 106
Chapter 52. Conjunctival squamous Cell Carcinoma 108
Section 4. Corneoscleral Disease 111
Chapter 53. Dermoid 112
Chapter 54. Corneal Dystrophy 114
Chapter 55. Corneal Degeneration 116
Chapter 56. Corneal Endothelial Decompensation 118
Chapter 57. Scleritis 120
Chapter 58. Nodular Granulomatous Episcleritis 122
Chapter 59. Chronic Superficial Keratitis (CSK) 124
Chapter 60. Eosinophilic Keratoconjunctivitis 126
Chapter 61. Herpesviral-Associated Keratitis 128
Chapter 62. Canine Multifocal Immune-Mediated Punctate Keratitis (MIPK) 130
Chapter 63. Endotheliitis 132
Chapter 64. Bullous Keratopathy 134
Chapter 65. Feline Corneal Sequestrum 136
Chapter 66. Pigmentary Keratitis 138
Chapter 67. Corneal Abscessation 140
Chapter 68. Corneal Hemorrhage 142
Chapter 69. Corneoscleral Laceration 144
Chapter 70. Spontaneous Chronic Corneal Epithelial Defects (SCCEDs) 146
Chapter 71. Stromal Ulcerative Keratitis 148
Chapter 72. Descemetocele 150
Chapter 73. Keratomalacia (Melting Ulcers) 152
Chapter 74. Corneal Perforation 154
Chapter 75. Epithelial Inclusion Cysts 156
Chapter 76. Corneal Foreign Body 158
Chapter 77. Limbal Melanocytoma 160
Chapter 78. Fungal Keratitis 162
Chapter 79. Corneoscleral Hemangioma/Hemangiosarcoma 164
Chapter 80. Corneoscleral Lymphoma 166
Chapter 81. Corneal Squamous Cell Carcinoma 168
Section 5. Diseases of the Uvea 171
Chapter 82. Persistent Pupillary Membranes (PPMs) 172
Chapter 83. Iris Colobomas 174
Chapter 84. Senile Iris Atrophy 176
Chapter 85. Uveal Cysts 178
Chapter 86. Merle Ocular Dysgenesis (MOD) 180
Chapter 87. Feline Anterior Uveitis 182
Chapter 88. Canine Anterior Uveitis 184
Chapter 89. Golden Retriever–Associated Uveitis and Glaucoma 186
Chapter 90. Vaccine-Associated Uveitis 188
Chapter 91. Uveodermatologic Syndrome (UDS)-Associated Uveitis 190
Chapter 92. Hyphema 192
Chapter 93. Aqueous Lipidosis 194
Chapter 94. Iris Bombe’ 196
Chapter 95. Feline Iris Melanosis (FIM) 198
Chapter 96. Uveal Melanoma 200
Chapter 97. Uveal Adenoma/Adenocarcinoma 202
Chapter 98. Uveal Lymphoma 204
Section 6. Diseases of the Lens 207
Chapter 99. Microphakia/Spherophakia 208
Chapter 100. Persistent Hyaloid Vasculature (PHV) 210
Chapter 101. Nuclear Sclerosis 212
Chapter 102. Immature Cataract 214
Chapter 103. Mature Cataract 216
Chapter 104. Hypermature Cataract 218
Chapter 105. Phacolytic Uveitis 220
Chapter 106. Phacoclastic Uveitis 222
Chapter 107. Anterior Lens Luxation 224
Chapter 108. Posterior Lens Luxation 226
Chapter 109. Feline Post-Traumatic Ocular Sarcoma 228
Section 7. Vitreoretinal Disease 231
Chapter 110. The Retinal Dysplasias (RDs) 232
Chapter 111. Oculoskeletal Dysplasia (OSD) 234
Chapter 112. Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA) 236
Chapter 113. The Retinal Atrophies (RAs) 238
Chapter 114. Vitreal Degeneration/Herniation 240
Chapter 115. Retinal Toxicity 242
Chapter 116. SARDs/IMR 244
Chapter 117. Hypertensive Retinopathy 246
Chapter 118. Feline Chorioretinitis 248
Chapter 119. Canine Chorioretinitis 250
Chapter 120. Retinal Pigment Epithelial Dystrophy (RPED) 252
Chapter 121. Uveodermatologic Syndrome (UDS)-Associated Chorioretinitis 254
Chapter 122. Primary (Bullous) Retinal Detachment 256
Chapter 123. Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment (RRD) 258
Chapter 124. Chorioretinal Lymphoma 260
Chapter 125. Myeloma 262
Section 8. Diseases of the Globe and Orbit 265
Chapter 126. Microphthalmia 266
Chapter 127. Phthisis Bulbus 268
Chapter 128. Orbital Cellulitis 270
Chapter 129. Extraocular Myositis (EOM) 272
Chapter 130. Zygomatic Sialoadenitis 274
Chapter 131. Orbital Fat Pad Prolapse 276
Chapter 132. Orbital Foreign Bodies 278
Chapter 133. Endophthalmitis/Panophthalmitis 280
Chapter 134. Proptosis of the Globe 282
Chapter 135. Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor (PNST) 284
Chapter 136. Retrobulbar Neoplasia 286
Section 9. The Glaucomas 289
Chapter 137. Congenital Glaucoma 290
Chapter 138. Primary Glaucoma 292
Chapter 139. Secondary (Postinflammatory) Glaucoma 294
Chapter 140. Feline Aqueous Humor Misdirection Syndrome (AHMS) 296
Chapter 141. Pigmentary Glaucoma 298
Chapter 142. Golden Retriever-Associated Uveitis and Glaucoma 300
Chapter 143. Buphthalmos 302
Section 10. Neuro-Ophthalmic Disease 305
Chapter 144. Optic Nerve Hypoplasia 306
Chapter 145. Lysosomal Storage Disease (LSD) 308
Chapter 146. Sympathetic Denervation (Horner’s Syndrome) 310
Chapter 147. Ophthalmoplegia 312
Chapter 148. Neuroparalytic Keratitis/Hemifacial Paralysis 314
Chapter 149. Neurogenic KCS and Xeromycteria 316
Chapter 150. Optic Neuritis/Meningitis 318
Index 321

Author Information

Author Information

Douglas W. Esson, BVSc, MRCVS, DVM, DACVO, is a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist and clinical director at Eye Care for Animals in Tustin, California, USA.
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