Eye (Ocular) System

Eye (Ocular) System And Diseases

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*An Introduction To The Horse Ocular (Eye) System And Diseases

With so many parts to the eye, there are several areas where problems can occur. Trauma is the leading problem but infections, immune inflammation and neoplasia can also affect these structures. Loss of clear vision (corneal ulcer), loss of all vision (cataracts, blind), loss of the eyeball (enucleation) and tear overproduction or poor draining all can occur. Most of these can be seen with our own eyes especially if we are looking for them.

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Enucleation

Enucleation is the removal of an eye ball. This is done when an eye is in the end stage of chronic inflammation or the active inflammation is too painful to leave the eye in.

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Nasolacrimal Ducts

The nasolacrimal duct (n-g duct) is a tube that runs through the skull starting at the inside corner of the eye and ends just inside the nostril.

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Top Five Eye Problems In Horses – HorseTalk Webinar

The eyes are the window to the soul, they say. But for me, they are just a direct extension of the brain. They are sensory receptors of light that the brain eventually “sees.” They sometimes don’t work correctly. In this episode, the basics of the...

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Topics

*An Introduction To The Horse Ocular (Eye) System And Diseases

With so many parts to the eye, there are several areas where problems can occur. Trauma is the leading problem but infections, immune inflammation and neoplasia can also affect these structures. Loss of clear vision (corneal ulcer), loss of all vision (cataracts, blind), loss of the eyeball (enucleation) and tear overproduction or poor draining all can occur. Most of these can be seen with our own eyes especially if we are looking for them.

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Enucleation

Enucleation is the removal of an eye ball. This is done when an eye is in the end stage of chronic inflammation or the active inflammation is too painful to leave the eye in.

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Nasolacrimal Ducts

The nasolacrimal duct (n-g duct) is a tube that runs through the skull starting at the inside corner of the eye and ends just inside the nostril.

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