Synonym(s): Ophthalmic examination
Key points to remember
Holding the patient for ophthalmic examination
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Cornea: spontaneous chronic corneal epithelial defects (SCCEDs)
Eye: keratoconjunctivitis sicca
Eye: ocular foreign body
Eye: paracentesis (aqueous)
Fundoscopy: abnormal findings
Fundoscopy: normal findings
Glaucoma: primary closed angle
Local anesthesia: overview
Local anesthesia: retrobulbar
Ocular discharge: overview
Optic nerve head/optic disk: normal and abnormal findings
Polymerase chain reaction
Schirmer tear test
Smear sampling: eye
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Lymphadenopathy (multiple nodes)
Lymphadenopathy (single node)
Respiratory: abnormal sounds
Blood biochemistry and hematology: breed considerations
Tetanus in dogs
Medication: Dexmedetomidine (oromucosal gel)
Investigation of renal function
Investigation of protein abnormalities
Diabetes: investigation of poor diabetic control
Investigation of anemia
Medication: Trimethoprim-sulfa (sulfonamide)
Unwanted mating (misalliance)
Diabetes: insulin resistance
University of Cambridge/Kennel Club Respiratory Function Grading (RFG) Scheme
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