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This 18 month old cat presented for euthanasia due to the condition of her eye. She was diagnosed with congenital chronic glaucoma and secondary ulceration due to inability to blink. Fortunately, she was able to undergo an enucleation and made a full recovery 👏🏽🎉 Thanks @louisa_vet for sharing! Great case! #vetmed #vetlife #vetschool #veterinarymedicine #vetstudent #vetschool #vettech #medicoveterinario #mediciniaveterinaria #medicaveterinaria #ophtalmology #vetophthalmology #glaucoma #vettechlife

Draining an abscess from the hindlimb of a rabbit. Subcutaneous abscesses can form anywhere on rabbits but are most often diagnosed secondary to dental disease or bite wounds. Abscesses in rabbits generally contain thick, purulent material and do not readily drain. Surgical removal is the best treatment as penrose drains are often unrewarding. If surgical removal with the capsule is not possible then removal of the material with vigorous flushing of the surrounding tissue is recommended. Pasteurella, Staph, Pseudomonas, and Strep are common bacterial isolates from rabbit abscesses. Thanks @dr__kamil for sharing! #vetmed #vetlife #vetschool #veterinarymedicine #vetstudent #vetschool #vettech #medicoveterinario #mediciniaveterinaria #exoticvet #medicaveterinaria #rabbitvet

A foreign body imbedded between 309/310. Don't forget to do a thorough oral exam or you could miss this!! Thanks @dogdentist for sharing!! #vetmed #vetlife #vetschool #veterinarymedicine #vetstudent #vettech #medicoveterinario #vetlife #mediciniaveterinaria #medicaveterinaria #veterinarydentistry #foreignbody

Dermoid cyst in a dog. Dermoid cysts are benign congenital neural tube defect of skin in dogs. These cysts are caused by a defect in epidermal closure. Inside they contain skin flakes, hair, hair follicles, sweat and sebaceous gland secretions, nerve remnants and glandular debris. (Hair and debris can be seen in the photo on the right when this cyst was opened) Treatment is through surgical removal of the cyst and all the debris. Thanks @krishnakesharia for sharing! 👏🏽#medveterinaria #vetmed #vetlife #vetschool #veterinarymedicine #vetstudent #vetschool #vettech #medicoveterinario #mediciniaveterinaria #medicaveterinaria

Chronic superficial keratitis also known as Pannus in a German Shepherd dog, the most common breed affected by this disease. Pannus is an immune mediated disease most likely associated with UV exposure. The disease causes progressive changes where blood vessels and scar tissue invade the cornea. It begins as a grayish haze and gradually blood vessels and pigmented cells move into the normally transparent cornea. It can eventually cover the entire cornea resulting in blindness. Since it's believed that German shepherds have a genetic predisposition, it's advisable to try minimize their exposure to direct sunlight as much as possible and if you see this condition in its early stages get it checked by the vet, early diagnosis is important and while it cannot be cured it can be managed to prevent its progression. Thanks @krishnakesharia for sharing! #vetmed #vetlife #vetschool #veterinarymedicine #vetstudent #vetschool #vettech #medicoveterinario #mediciniaveterinaria #medicaveterinaria #pannus #vetophthalmology #gsdofinstagram

A linear foreign body in a cat. A thread was found at the base of the tongue and gastroscopy revealed it traveled to the small intestine. An enterotomy was preformed with success. Thanks @mezinvetinfo for sharing!

An 11 week old German Shepherd puppy presented with a 4 day history of vomiting and diarrhea. Ultrasound revealed an intussusception which is when the intestines telescope in on its itself as seen in the image creating an obstruction. This is usually a result of inflammation to the intestines (enteritis) often due to parasites, bacterial or viral infections. With a resection and anastomoses preformed the puppy is back to his happy and healthy self! 👏🏽Thanks @theanimaldocs for sharing this great case!! #vetmed #vetlife #vetschool #veterinarymedicine #vetstudent #vetschool #vettech #medicoveterinario #mediciniaveterinaria #medicaveterinaria #vetsurgery #intussusception #gsdpuppy #gsdofinstagram

Update: the lucky winner was @brittonsouthardriddle congrats! celebrate 30k followers we have an amazing giveaway! @petportraitsbyolivia will create a custom 11X14 portrait of your pet (unframed). Check out her page, she does incredible work! To enter just like this photo and like the @petportraitsbyolivia page and comment the name of the pet you'd like painted. That's it! You have until this Sunday at 8pm to enter. Good luck and as always thanks for following along! #vetmed #vetlife #vetschool #veterinarymedicine #vetstudent #vetschool #vettech #medicoveterinario #mediciniaveterinaria #medicaveterinaria #petportrait #custompetportrait #giveaway

On physical exam of this tiger 🐯 a tooth root abscess was found so removal of the canine tooth was performed. Look at the size of that tooth! 🙀Thanks @veterinarytravels for sharing! #vetmed #vetlife #vetschool #veterinarymedicine #vetstudent #vetschool #vettech #medicoveterinario #mediciniaveterinaria #medicaveterinaria

The dreaded blue/red eye!! 👀The majority of the time this will have one of two causes - anterior uveitis (inflammation of the uvea) or glaucoma (increased pressure in the eye). The best way to differentiate between the two is measuring intraocular pressure (IOP). In dogs with glaucoma the IOP will increase, where as dogs with anterior uveitis generally have low IOP. But here is where it can get confusing - chronic uveitis can lead to glaucoma!!! Ophthalmology can be tricky, and if you are ever unsure it is best to consult with a veterinary ophthalmologist on your case. Thanks @vettails for sharing this great post! #opthovet #blueeye #veterinaryopthalmology #vetmed #vetlife #vetschool #veterinarymedicine #vetstudent #vetschool #vettech #medicoveterinario #mediciniaveterinaria #medicaveterinaria

Before and after of a poor little Yorkie who got a bone stuck in his pharynx . He was SO lucky Dr. Lisa Lippman was able to remove it without endoscopy or complications. PLEASE do not let your dogs eat bones! Thanks @drlisalippman for sharing!! #vetmed #yorkshireterrier #vetmed #vetlife #vetschool #veterinarymedicine #vetstudent #vetschool #vettech #medicoveterinario #mediciniaveterinaria #medicaveterinaria

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