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Full-thickness corneal laceration after primary surgical closure, cat
Full-thickness corneal laceration after primary surgical closure, cat
Full-thickness corneal laceration after primary surgical closure, cat

A large, full-thickness corneal laceration with moderate perilesional edema in the central cornea of the right eye of a cat has been surgically repaired with 9-0 vicryl using simple, interrupted sutures and an overlying simple, continuous suture pattern.

Courtesy of UC Davis Comparative Ophthalmology Service.