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Companion Animal Practice
Diagnosis and treatment of corneal disorders in dogs
  1. Peter Renwick

    Peter Renwick graduated from Cambridge in 1980. He gained the diploma in veterinary ophthalmology in 1992 and is a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons specialist in veterinary ophthalmology. He has been a member of the BVA/KC/ISDS eye panel since 1986 and is a partner in a referral practice in Solihull, West Midlands. His special interests include reconstructive eyelid surgery, ocular inflammatory disease, glaucoma and the management of cataract.

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CORNEAL disease in dogs is commonly encountered in companion animal practice. Careful case assessment is required, using a number of basic diagnostic tools, in order to reach a diagnosis and institute appropriate treatment.

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