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The Top 7 Things to Know about Equine Recurrent Uveitis

Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU) - sometimes called “Moon blindness” is an acquired, progressive condition and the most common cause of blindness in the horse ...

Click on photo to see photos on google of horses with moon blindness

The Top 7 Things to Know about Equine Recurrent Uveitis

Figure 8-9 Iris color changes in equine recurrent uveitis. In acute uveitis, the iris can change to a yellow or even green color as a result of infiltration ...

Figure 8-9 Iris color changes in equine recurrent uveitis. In acute uveitis, the iris can change to a yellow or even green color as a result of infiltration ...

Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU), also known as moon blindness, is a chronic

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A horse with secondary late immature cataract formation and posterior synechiae as a result of ERU.

In the image to the left, the iris is actually stuck to itself on one end, while there is also corneal cloudiness and neovascularization.

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Figure 8-7 A horse experiencing a classic acute inflammatory episode of equine recurrent uveitis. Periocular swelling, lacrimation, corneal edema, ...

Ventral posterior lens subluxation with secondary cataractous changes are noted in this horse chronically effected with ERU.

Figure 8-9 Iris color changes in equine recurrent uveitis. In acute uveitis, the iris can change to a yellow or even green color as a result of infiltration ...

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My 10 y/o Warmblood mare was just recently diagnosed with ERU or Moon Blindness in her right eye. I was told by the vet that she would have to be on a ...

I was able to pick him up on January 8th, and by that time, his pupil had closed.

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Mild conjunctival hyperemia and complete luxation of the cataractous lens into the anterior chamber is noted in this horse.

In the image to the left, the iris is actually stuck to itself on one end, while there is also corneal cloudiness and neovascularization.

Figure 8-20 Chronic end-stage recurrent uveitis in an eye with phthisis bulbi, dense corneal scarring and wrinkling, and extensive anterior synechiae.

End-stage uveitis. Phthisis bulbi (shrunken globe) with

Bailey is a 12 year old Appaloosa, and one of our best lesson horses. Yesterday I took off his mask for his daily eye check to find the pretty blue hidden ...

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Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU) is the most common cause of blindness in the horse. Uveitis is also known as "Moon blindness" due the recurring nature of the ...

In the fall of 1996, my 20 year old Arabian gelding, Nira, developed Equine Recurrent Uveitis. He became totally blind in his left eye and we think he could ...

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Shiloh and Thunder both have Equine Recurrent Uveitis. This is a very painful disease where the pupil of the eye spasms and causes pain and inflammation.

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Figure 8-13 Posterior lens luxation and iris atrophy in a Miniature horse with chronic ERU. The lens has fallen posteriorly into the vitreous, ...

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In Misty's case, the procedure was recommended due to an acute worsening of uveitis and ulceration along with equine recurrent uveitis flare-ups that had ...

... see that the cornea is cloudy in appearance, the conjunctiva or white part of the eye has increased blood vessels and redness and there are some new ...

Figure 8-19 Chronic end-stage recurrent uveitis in an Appaloosa. This horse had the insidious form of recurrent uveitis and did not demonstrate discomfort.

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Figure 8-10 Calcific band keratopathy in a horse with chronic recurrent uveitis.

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Equine recurrent uveitis or moon blindness is an inflammation of the iris that can be caused

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Figure 8-5 A horse with insidious uveitis. These horses do not show signs of discomfort, but ocular examination reveals chronic inflammatory changes.

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Figure 8-3 Active bout of anterior uveitis. A, Inflammation is observed primarily in the anterior segment, with conjunctival hyperemia, ...

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Figure 8-21 A head tilt or “star-gazing” head posture is sometimes observed in blind horses with end-stage equine recurrent uveitis.

The cyclosporine implant is placed within the scleral flap in close proximity to the underlying uveal tissue.

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Owners may find material within the front chamber of the eye such as blood or pus and yellow-green discolouration deep within the eye.

... which will also need treatment. Most ocular and orbital injuries or acute ocular inflammation in horses result in similar signs of adnexal swelling.

developed an infection: redness, squinting, tearing, and the eye will appear cloudy. As the infection continues to become more of a chronic issue, the horse ...

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One day postoperatively after pars plana vitrectomy, this horse has subconjunctival hemorrhage and mild vitreal changes associated with the vitrectomy ...

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Figure 8-8 Typical clinical signs of chronic equine recurrent uveitis. Corpora nigra degeneration and/or thinning, depigmentation of the iris margin, ...

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The Top 7 Things to Know about Equine Recurrent Uveitis

Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU) - sometimes called “Moon blindness” is an acquired, progressive condition and the most common cause of blindness in the horse ...

Appaloosa types appear susceptible to equine recurrent uveitis

Click on photo to see photos on google of horses with moon blindness

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Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU), also known as moon blindness, is a chronic

Figure 8-9 Iris color changes in equine recurrent uveitis. In acute uveitis, the iris can change to a yellow or even green color as a result of infiltration ...

Figure 8-9 Iris color changes in equine recurrent uveitis. In acute uveitis, the iris can change to a yellow or even green color as a result of infiltration ...

The Top 7 Things to Know about Equine Recurrent Uveitis

Mild conjunctival hyperemia and complete luxation of the cataractous lens into the anterior chamber is noted in this horse.

A horse with secondary late immature cataract formation and posterior synechiae as a result of ERU.

Understanding Equine Recurrent Uveitis (ERU)

In the image to the left, the iris is actually stuck to itself on one end, while there is also corneal cloudiness and neovascularization.

Howdy eye day 13

Here is our November 2014 Newsletter over Equine Recurrent Uveitis.

Figure 8-7 A horse experiencing a classic acute inflammatory episode of equine recurrent uveitis. Periocular swelling, lacrimation, corneal edema, ...

Shedding Light on Posterior Uveitis

Emerging Equine Disease: Four Diseases/Syndromes to Watch

Ventral posterior lens subluxation with secondary cataractous changes are noted in this horse chronically effected with ERU.

Figure 8-9 Iris color changes in equine recurrent uveitis. In acute uveitis, the iris can change to a yellow or even green color as a result of infiltration ...

Diagnosing, Treating, and Managing Equine Recurrent Uveitis

In the image to the left, the iris is actually stuck to itself on one end, while there is also corneal cloudiness and neovascularization.

Squamous cell carcinoma on a horse's eyelid

uveitis eye pic

Corneal Ulcer Correction and Improving Visual Outcomes: Scar Wars

Chronic, recurrent posterior uveitis in a 9-year-old

My 10 y/o Warmblood mare was just recently diagnosed with ERU or Moon Blindness in her right eye. I was told by the vet that she would have to be on a ...

I was able to pick him up on January 8th, and by that time, his pupil had closed.

Advances in Equine Ophthalmology

Equine Recurrent Uveitis

Retina and Optic Nerve Disease

Equine Recurrent Uveitis

Figure 8-20 Chronic end-stage recurrent uveitis in an eye with phthisis bulbi, dense corneal scarring and wrinkling, and extensive anterior synechiae.

End-stage uveitis. Phthisis bulbi (shrunken globe) with

Bailey is a 12 year old Appaloosa, and one of our best lesson horses. Yesterday I took off his mask for his daily eye check to find the pretty blue hidden ...

Page 1

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU) is the most common cause of blindness in the horse. Uveitis is also known as "Moon blindness" due the recurring nature of the ...

In the fall of 1996, my 20 year old Arabian gelding, Nira, developed Equine Recurrent Uveitis. He became totally blind in his left eye and we think he could ...

Edited- I have cleaned out my inbox! Wow! There were a lot in there!! Also, I do not have access to a computer over the weekend, so if I don't get back ...

Cyclosporine Implants Successful in Equine Recurrent Uveitis Treatment

Published by the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners, an Equine-Exclusive Division of the Florida Veterinary Medical Association Issue 4 • 2016

Shiloh and Thunder both have Equine Recurrent Uveitis. This is a very painful disease where the pupil of the eye spasms and causes pain and inflammation.

Treating illness and pain in horses can be difficult, frustrating, and expensive. Even when we have a clear and accurate diagnosis there are many conditions ...

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... see that the cornea is cloudy in appearance, the conjunctiva or white part of the eye has increased blood vessels and redness and there are some new ...

Figure 8-19 Chronic end-stage recurrent uveitis in an Appaloosa. This horse had the insidious form of recurrent uveitis and did not demonstrate discomfort.

Equine Eye Puncture Wound

Chronic and insidious panuveitis with corneal fibrosis and neovascularization, a shallow

Martin Equine

5 Common Equine Eye Injuries

A horse's eye is designed to help them easily spot predators, footing, and food. Check out these very interesting articles and learn about the unique ...

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In Misty's case, the procedure was recommended due to an acute worsening of uveitis and ulceration along with equine recurrent uveitis flare-ups that had ...

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Cataracts in Horses

Figure 8-21 A head tilt or “star-gazing” head posture is sometimes observed in blind horses with end-stage equine recurrent uveitis.

Moon blindness

Appaloosa Top # 14 Facts

Eye injuries or illnesses in horses usually are not caught early enough.

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View OriginalDownload Slide

Figure 1Transmission and clinical signs of equine leptospirosis. The most frequent antibodies were against Grippotyphosa

... which will also need treatment. Most ocular and orbital injuries or acute ocular inflammation in horses result in similar signs of adnexal swelling.

Thread: Uveitis

09-13-01

View OriginalDownload Slide

Dr Toria Waldron of Badger Equine Veterinary Services listens to horse's heart.jpg

Owners may find material within the front chamber of the eye such as blood or pus and yellow-green discolouration deep within the eye.

Horses contract Potomac horse fever (PHF) by ingesting the bacterium Neorickettsia risticii, which may be present in a number of species that inhabit ponds, ...

developed an infection: redness, squinting, tearing, and the eye will appear cloudy. As the infection continues to become more of a chronic issue, the horse ...

View OriginalDownload Slide

6 Things you may not have known about Pigeon fever

My Mare's Cloudy Eye

One day postoperatively after pars plana vitrectomy, this horse has subconjunctival hemorrhage and mild vitreal changes associated with the vitrectomy ...

6.

Figure S1. Representative map of the equine ...

From 1 April – 30 September, 34 women featured in the top 100. The same applied from 1 October 2017 – 21 February 2018. British Eventing's top 100 riders ...

First of all, I found and read this article and everything I read there regarding uveitis, causes, symptoms, treatment, etc, was confirmed by my vet today.

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