Good and Bad Eye Ulcers - When to Worry?
A corneal ulcer is an inflammatory condition of the cornea involving loss of its outer layer. In veterinary medicine, the term corneal ulcer is a generic name for any condition involving the loss of the outer layer of the cornea, and as such is used to describe conditions with both inflammatory and traumatic causes. Corneal ulcers are one of the most common eye diseases in dogs. They are caused by trauma, detergent burns, and infections.
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Anu O’Reilly BVSc, MVS, MACVSc, Certificate in Veterinary Ophthalmology Small Animal Medicine, FANZCVS (Veterinary Ophthalmology)
Anu has worked as a specialist veterinary ophthalmologist for 12 years in Melbourne. She is currently the Secretary of the Ophthalmology Chapter of the Australian New Zealand College of Veterinary Surgeons and is a current examiner. Her special interests include corneal and glaucoma surgery and systemic disease affecting the eye. Anu is passionate about Equine Ophthalmology, and is a member of the International Equine Ophthalmology Consortium. She has become widely experienced in Exotic Ophthalmology and is a consultant for the Royal Melbourne Zoo.