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Secondary Acute Anterior Uveitis with Hyphema in a Purpose-bred Kitten

By Melanie S Sorrell, Karen H Taylor and Richard E Fish


The sudden onset of unilateral blepharospasm and hyphema, without evidence of corneal damage, initiated a thorough diagnostic work-up of an 11-wk-old purpose-bred intact male domestic shorthair kitten. Secondary acute anterior uveitis and hyphema were most likely due to trauma within the primary enclosure

Topics: Case Reports
Publisher: American Association for Laboratory Animal Science
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