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Image Retrobulbar abscess
This rabbit had an abscess affecting the apices of the caudal maxillary cheek teeth. The eye is being pushed out of the socket by the abscess. Only one eye is affected, and it is still salvageable. The next step is radiography and/or CT scanning. Examining the teeth under anaesthetic is important both prior to and during surgery. This case responded well to abscess surgery without enucleating the eye.
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Image Relationship of nasolacrimal duct with apex of large upper incisor (labelled)
This skull is from a wild rabbit. Part of the bony canal that encloses the nasolacrimal duct has been removed to expose the duct within it. The duct bends medially at the apex of the large upper incisor. Only a small amount of apical elongation would compress the duct at that point.
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Image SIS package Myxomatosis in a case that recovered
This image shows a rabbit with myxomatosis. He was lucky to make a full recovery. About three weeks after the photo was taken, the lesions slowly started to dry out and drop off leaving scars on the eyelids and nose.
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Image Myxomatosis nodular eye lesions
This image shows the nodular appearance of the eyelid lesions in advanced cases of myxomatosis. In this case, the crusts that were covering the nodules had fallen off . Eventually the nodules regressed and the rabbit recovered.
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Image Corneal dystrophy
Corneal dystrophy is often seen in rabbits with advanced chronic renal failure
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Image audio/x-realaudio Mild epiphora
This rabbit has mild epiphora.There was no conjunctivitis and no pus could be expressed from the lacrimal sac by applying pressure to the medial canthus of the eye. Tears were overflowing down the face because the tear duct was blocked by the apex of the large upper incisor that was elongated.
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Image Corneal ulcer and keratitis caused by dacryocystitis
In cases of chronic dacryocystitis, pus is constantly in the conjunctival sac at the medial canthus and is in contact with the eye causing infection and ulceration. This rabbit is undeer anaesthetic and the picture was taken after all the pus was removed. The eyelids were glued together at presentation. These ulcers can be very painful
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Image Troff document Cannulating tear duct
The nasal section of the nasolacrimal duct can be flushed thoroughly if the cannula can be threaded through the lacrimal foramen. In many cases of dacryocystitis the duct has dilated and burst so pus fills the ventral recess of the maxillary sinus. This requires general anaesthesia to flush the duct thoroughly
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Image Haab Striae
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