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Secondary glaucoma due to chronic anterior uveitis, horse
Secondary glaucoma due to chronic anterior uveitis, horse
Secondary glaucoma due to chronic anterior uveitis, horse

Marked corneal edema, mydriasis, and focal posterior synechiae of the ventromedial aspect of the pupil are identified in the right eye of this horse. The intraocular pressure as measured by applanation tonometry was 47 mm Hg.

Courtesy of UC Davis Comparative Ophthalmology Service.

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Glaucoma in Animals