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The term keratoconjunctivitis sicca (dry eye) is used to describe insufficient production of the aqueous component of the tear film, which causes inflammation of the conjunctiva and cornea with extremely heterogeneous signs.   SIGNS
The tear film is a relatively instable, complex, trilaminar fluid structure that covers the cornea and conjunctiva externally. Given its importance and close anatomical relationship with the cornea and conjunctiva, it tends to be considered an additional corneal layer. It is formed of an external lipid layer, an intermediate aqueous or serous layer and an internal mucinous layer adherent to the...
The term lens luxation means complete dislocation of the crystalline lens from its natural site in the hyaloid fossa, while partial displacement is called subluxation (Fig. 1).
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Which animals to vaccinate and when.  Parvovirosis, the infection caused by Canine parvovirus 2 (CPV-2), is widely distributed throughout the world and, in unprotected animals, is associated with high rates of morbidity and mortality as a result of gastrointestinal problems in particular. Consequently, it is good practice to vaccinate all puppies and give a booster vaccination also to adult...
Magnetic resonance generates images using particular properties of hydrogen ions, which are ubiquitous in the body. In view of the fact that the majority of pathological processes alter the content, distribution and the surrounding environment of hydrogen ions, magnetic resonance is an extremely effective technique for detecting these alterations.
Leishmaniasis is a protozoan disease transmitted by insect vectors (sandflies) and is endemic in 88 countries in the world, including those of Mediterranean Europe. Various Leishmania spp. can cause the disease both in humans and dogs (Tab. 1). In Europe the most diagnosed human cases are zoonotic visceral leishmaniasis and cutaneous leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania infantum  (also called...

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