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Corneal stromal abscess and anterior uveitis in a pet goat

Panagiotis D Katsoulos* and Konstantinos S Themistokleous

Published: 21 September, 2021 | Volume 5 - Issue 1 | Pages: 022-023

A 3-year-old non-lactating pet goat was referred to our clinic due to advanced ocular lesions and blindness of the left eye (Figure 1). According to the case history, two weeks ago, a grass awn penetrated and injured the eye. The awn was removed by the owner immediately. The following day, the goat had serous ocular discharge and photophobia and was referred to a private veterinarian. The veterinarian did not find any remaining piece of the awn and prescribed tetracaine eye drops to be administered twice a day for the next 4 days. The treatment was not successful and the eye’s condition deteriorated the following days.

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References

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