Image Gallery: Corneal Perforations Do Not All Look the Same

Alex Sigmund, DVM, BluePearl Veterinary Partners

Thomas Chen, DVM, DACVO, University of Tennessee

May 2018|Ophthalmology|Peer Reviewed|Web-Exclusive

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Ocular perforations can occur for a variety of reasons, and their appearance can vary significantly depending on size, etiology, and chronicity.

It is important to recognize when an eye has ruptured or perforated, as surgical correction may be required to maintain the integrity of the eye and ensure the best prognosis for long-term vision and comfort.

Images with permission, courtesy University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine

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