<%@ Language=JavaScript %> OPERATING THE EYE OF THE PEKINGESE

 

PROLAPSUS BULBUS OCULI
Operating the eye of the Pekingese

After having been hit by the door, the female Pekingese suffered the prolepsis of the eyeball. By performing the operation, the eye was returned to the eye socket. 

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The female Pekingese was brought to the surgery after having been crushed by the door the day before.

 

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The blow caused the rapture of the eye muscles And the eyeball dropping out of the eye socket.

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The cornea was damaged and dry since the Dog could not close the eyelid

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The dog was given anesthesia, shaved and the operating area prepared and disinfected

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The eye was flushed and greased with antibiotic ointment. The entrance to the eye socket was extended by the method of lateral canthus.

6 The eye was returned to its place by gentle push.
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The eyelids were stitched in a way to prevent repeated dropping of the eyeball. 

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The dog was given a protective collar to prevent her from scratching the wound and cause further damage to the tissue. She was given antibiotics and ordered to return in seven days to have stitches taken out.