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ID this stuff...
A - Pupil
B - Lens
C - Sclera
D - Cornea
ID this!
A - Optic nerve
B - Retina (choroid underneath)
C - Iris
D - Fovea
E - Optic disk
ID these chambers, yo!
A - anterior chamber
B - posterior chamber
What gene is involved in embryonic development AND has a link to cyclopea?
Sonic hedgehog
Which dog breed is predisposed to congenital ocular malformations? What is the specific issue?
Collie eye coloboma (failure of back of globe to fuse; choroid and retina protrude)
What is the term for inflamed cornea?
keratitis
What is the term for inflamed iris and ciliary body?
anterior uveitis
What is the term for inflamed uveal tract, anterior, and posterior chambers?
uveitis
What is the term for inflamed choroid?
choroiditis
What is the term for inflamed retina?
retinitis
What is the term for inflamed choroid and retina?
chorioretinitis
What is the term for inflamed most of the eye?
opthalmitis, endopthalmitis, panopthalmitis
What is the term for inflamed conjunctiva?
conjunctivitis
T or F:
If proteins from the ciliary body are released into the eye they incite inflammation.
False!
This describes lens proteins.
What structures of the eye (and around the eye) commonly develop neoplasia in animals?
Iris
Periorbita
Con junctiva
What are common ocular tumors in cats?
Melanoma (iris)
squamous cell carcinoma
lymphoma
What are common ocular tumors in dogs?
Melanoma
Meibomian gland adenoma (old dogs - usu benign)
What are common ocular tumors in cattle?
Squamous cell carcinoma
Lymphoma
What are common ocular tumors in horses?
Squamous cell carcinoma
Sarcoid
Lymphoma
Melanoma (gray horses)
What ocular tumor is associated with gray horses?
Periocular melanoma
What system controls balance in animals?
Vestibular
What are clinical signs associated with vestibular system dysfunction?
head tilt
nystagmus (abnormal)
rolling
circling
What are clinical signs associated with peripheral vestibular disease?
horizontal or rotary nystagmus
(away from side of lesion)
ataxia with no postural deficits
What are clinical signs of central vestibular disease?
vertical nystagmus; changes w/head position
UMN ataxia
ipsilateral postural reaction deficits
What is a common cause of head tilt due to vestibular disease in any species?
otitis media/interna
What is a common cause of head tilt due to vestibular disease in cats?
Feline idiopathic vestibular dz.
What is a common cause of head tilt due to vestibular disease in geriatric dogs?
Hypothyroidism
Canine geriatric vestibular dz.
What is a common cause of head tilt due to vestibular disease in adult ruminants?
Listeria monocytogenes
What is a common cause of head tilt due to vestibular disease in horses?
EPM