THE anterior chamber is an optically empty space which allows visualisation and access to the inside of the eye. Diseases that affect the iris, ciliary body, iridocorneal angle or corneal endothelium will compromise the appearance of the anterior chamber, producing changes that are perceptible to client and veterinary surgeon alike. This article discusses the investigation and management of the principal diseases and conditions that involve the anterior chamber of the dog and cat.
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