Corneal Ulcers
Aug24

Corneal Ulcers

Equine Corneal Ulcers are one of the most common eye conditions, and because of  their potential severity and difficulty in distinguishing them from other eye conditions, they should never be neglected or underestimated. The horse’s cornea consists of 4 main layers; from front to back these are: 1. Corneal Epithelium – The outer surface, consisting of 8-10 layers of flattened cells which don’t absorb water 2. Corneal Stroma – The bulk...

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