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Granulomatous Meningoencephalitis

…form of the disease include uveitis, retinal detachment, and glaucoma. Diagnosis usually involves taking a cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) sample. In infected animals, the CSF will be very high in white blood cells and small (but mature) lymphocytes are the most common cells seen. Monocytes and neutrophils are also present. In some cases, a veterinarian will order some kind of scan like a CAT scan or an MRI to identify the presence of patchy, diffuse,…

Cat Anterior Uvea Tumor

…There are also tumors that will arise from the embryonic tissues of the eye called medulloepithelioma. The most common secondary tumors are lymphosarcomas. If allowed to advance, the cat will have pain and eventual blindness, bleeding in the eye and glaucoma as well as damage to surrounding structures.Signs and Symptoms 1. Color change in part of the iris 2. Observance of a nodule or mass behind the pupil or in the iris 3. Discoloration of…

Dog Cataracts

…next to the owners legs to help guide the animal safely through rooms.Diagnosis Veterinarians are very experienced in treating dogs who have cataracts. However, there are also animal specialists who handle nothing but dogs, cats and other creatures with vision problems. In most cases, a vet should be sufficient. The veterinarian will look closely at the dogs pupils of the eye. The owner may be asked to let the dog walk around the room and the vet…

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