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Brachycephalic dogs: key ocular issues

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Abstract

Brachycephalic dogs remain incredibly popular, despite increased media attention regarding the numerous health problems affecting these breeds. Ocular disease is common, and each breed has its own tendency to develop particular conditions. The presentation considers some of the common breeds and the diseases that affect them, including: English bulldogs – prolapsed nictitans glands, keratoconjunctivitis sicca and entropion; Pugs – pigmentary keratitis and medial canthal entropion; Boston Terriers – inherited cataracts; Boxers – spontaneous chronic corneal epithelial defects (indolent ulcers); French bulldogs – dermoids.

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