KERATITIS, inflammation of the cornea, is a relatively common problem in the cat. Because the normal cornea is transparent any pathological change is obvious and the nature of the change may give important diagnostic clues as to the cause of the problem. This article discusses the aetiology and differential diagnosis of feline keratitis.
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