Category: NO 3/2012

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W TYM NUMERZE KWARTALNIKA PREZENTUJEMY ARTYKUŁ PROFESORA N. KANEMAKI pt. “Iridociliary Epithelial Tumor in a Cat”. Dr MARCIN LEW NAPISAŁ DLA PAŃSTWA PRACĘ “Choroby powiek – entropium i ektropium”. ZNAJDZIECIE W NIEJ SZEREG FOTOGRAFII Z PRZEBIEGU TYCH OPERACJI.

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IRIDOCILIARY EPITHELIAL TUMOR IN A CAT

A 15-year-old female spayed domestic short-hair cat was referred for a non-pigmented mass within the pupil of the left eye. In the ophthalmic examination, the non-pigmented mass appeared behind the iris. Visual function was normal, and there were no significant clinical findings except the ciliary body mass.

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What is it “dry eye” and how to treat it?

Tears are essential to the comfort of the eyes. Without tears, eyes become irritated. An adequate supply of tears covering the partially exposed anterior segment of the globe and associated adnexa is necessary for optical integrity, maintenance of the cornea and normal eye function. This fluid is called the preocularl tear film PTF (Samuelson). Without tears (KCS) develops (Bryla).

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