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Active anterior uveitis, horse
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Active anterior uveitis, horse

    Active uveitis in horses is characterized by corneal edema, miosis, aqueous flare and hypopyon, and low intraocular pressure. There are several causes.

Courtesy of K. Gelatt.

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Anterior Uvea