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  • Ophthalmology

Traumatic corneal ulcer in a dog after staining with fluorsceinThe practice has an extensive range of ophthalmology equipment allowing it to handle more complex eye conditions.

Some of our facilities include a Tonopen for measuring intraocular pressure, two Kowa handheld slit lamps, three magnifying loops for microsurgery and a wide range of ophthalmic surgical instruments.

The most common conditions treated include infectious agents, dry eye, eyelid/facial abnormalities, eye and lid trauma, third eyelid prolapse ('cherry eye'), glaucoma, tumours and ocular foreign bodies.

Picture: traumatic corneal ulcer in a dog after staining with fluorescein.