Mastering corneal ulcers (part 2)

    After diagnosing an infected corneal ulcer, determine the appropriate medical management as a general practitioner or determine if it needs surgery from an ophthalmologist
    Joshua Broadwater, DVM, DACVO, veterinary ophthalmologist at the Charlotte Animal Referral & Emergency in North Carolina, highlighted the importance of understanding normal corneal anatomy before addressing abnormalities like corneal ulcers during his session at the Fetch dvm360 conference in Charlotte, North Carolina.<
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