ALTHOUGH the appearance of the fundus varies considerably between species, breeds and individual animals, the normal fundus of the cat displays less variation than that of the dog and, as such, is easier to become familiar with. This clinical guide to the feline fundus aims to provide an overview of the basic anatomy of the posterior segment, to facilitate recognition of the spectrum of normal variations and, therefore, abnormalities.
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