Common equine eye emergencies

02/22/2013 | PetMD.com

Veterinarian Anna O'Brien explains the causes and treatment of two common equine eye emergencies: corneal ulcers and eyelid lacerations. Items commonly found in the barn are often the culprit behind these traumatic injuries, Dr. O'Brien writes, but timely and appropriate veterinary care is usually enough to treat them effectively.

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