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Referral Form

PDF version of the Eye Vet referral form.

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Cataract Brochure

Download a copy of our cataract brochure. This brochure details all the information you will need regarding cataract surgery. at Eye Vet

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Evisceration with intrascleral prosthesis - Information leaflet for owners

Evisceration with implantation of a prosthesis is an alternative option to enucleation. This leaflet aims to present the procedure and its complications.

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Sudden onset blindness - Information leaflet for owners

There are a number of reasons why an animal may sudden go blind. This information leaflet aims to present some of the possible causes and details procedures we may use to help us identify the cause(s).

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Enucleation - Information leaflet for owners

Removal of your pet's eye can be a daunting experience. Our information leaflets aids to support you during this experience and answer any questions you may have regarding the procedure.

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Entropion/ectropion - Information leaflet for owners

Eyelid abnormalities are common in the veterinary world. Entropion and ectropion are seen regularly and if left untreated can cause considerable discomfort and damage to your pet's eye.

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Distichia/trichiasis/ectopic cilia information leaflet for owners

Abnormal eyelashes can grow in different directions from the eyelid margins. If left untreated they can come in to contact with the cornea causing considerable pain and discomfort. If left further, they can cause corneal ulcers, corneal rupture and scarring.

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Dry Eye - Information leaflet for owners

Keratoconjunctivitis sicca, also known as 'Dry eye' is a common disease amongst breeds such as West Highland White Terrier, Shih Tzu, Bulldog and Cocker Spaniel, although any breed of dog can be diagnosed with it. It is caused by a abnormally low tear production.

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Glaucoma - Information leaflet for owners

Glaucoma is an incredibly painful and non-reversible disease. If diagnosed early, the condition can be managed with medication or surgical intervention. If left untreated, or if the disease is in the later stages, it can lead to irreversible blindness.

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