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Top positioning tips for taking radiographs in suspected cruciate patients.

Top positioning tips for taking radiographs in suspected cruciate patients.

By: Ellie Bates

7 Top Tips for taking radiographs in suspected cruciate patients! We thought it might be useful to help avoid some of the common pitfalls involved in taking pre-operative radiographs for orthopaedic patients that you may wish to refer. Whilst it is true that on many occasions surgeons will repeat radiographs, to aid pre-operative planning, this…read more…

Under Pressure: Part 2 Treatment of Glaucoma 

Under Pressure: Part 2 Treatment of Glaucoma 

By: Ellie Bates

Following on from our last newsletter discussing the diagnosis of glaucoma, this time we will dive further into the treatment of glaucoma cases. As with most conditions, treatment for glaucoma is split into medical and surgical management with medical management being the most common first choice.  Medical Management  There are three types of glaucoma medications available to…read more…

Under Pressure: Part 1 Diagnosis of Glaucoma

Under Pressure: Part 1 Diagnosis of Glaucoma

By: Ellie Bates

Bailey, a 12 year old, male neutered Cocker Spaniel presented following a week’s history of a painful left eye. Bailey’s right eye was normal and visual on ophthalmic examination. The left eye had a fixed and dilated pupil and was non-visual. There was also a marked corneal oedema and corneal vascularisation present round the limbus.…read more…