Feline Eye Diseases

Corneal sequestrum

What is a corneal sequester?

Corneal sequestration is a slow-healing epithelial necrotic defect in the cornea that occurs for a number of reasons, most commonly as a result of herpes virus infection. (more…)

Glaucoma in cats

What is glaucoma?

Glaucoma is a disease characterized by increased pressure inside of the eye (intraocular pressure), which results in damage to the eye and blindness. (more…)

Iris Melanoma in cats

Iris melanoma is one of the most common eye tumors in cats. It usually appears as a dark brown spot in the iris (iris-tissue inside the eye, which defines eye color).
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Uveitis in cats

Uveitis (inflammation of the internal structures of the eye) is a relatively common and potentially very serious ophthalmic issue in cats. (more…)