dislocated eye lens in dogs

dislocated eye lens in dogs
    dislocated eye lens in dogs

    dislocated eye lens in dogs
    There may be a variety of factors that lead to lens luxation in dogs.
    For example, a tumor in the eye may physically move the lens out of position or cause chronic inflammation,
    leading to zonular degeneration. The inheritance pattern of primary luxation is uncertain,
    but it may occur concurrently with primary glaucoma in some breeds.
    Trauma rarely causes a normal lens to luxate, though it can occur when there are signs of severe uveitis,

    especially chronic lens-induced uveitis, or hyphema.



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