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  • Chronic superficial keratitis, early, German Shepherd

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    Chronic superficial keratitis, early, German Shepherd

    In chronic superficial keratitis, the cornea is progressively infiltrated with superficial blood vessels, followed by inflammation (lymphocytes and plasma cells), and lastly pigmentation. All three of these phases are present in this eye.

    Courtesy of K. Gelatt.

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