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Journal December 2008 (Vol 29, No 12)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Managing Feline Corneal Sequestrum CE Course #1 by Kris Pratt , BS, LVT

1. Which of the following is not another name for corneal sequestrum?
2. Corneal sequestrum occurs most frequently in all of the following feline breeds except
3. Which of the following will not occur after a conjunctival graft is performed?
4. Which of the following is not an assumed cause of feline corneal sequestrum?
5. The feline cornea measures approximately ______ mm thick.
6. _________ is one paralyzing agent that can be used under general anesthesia for proper globe position during surgery.
7. Presenting signs for corneal sequestrum include all of the following except
8. Nonsurgical treatments consist of all of the following except
9. Dendritic ulceration patterns observed in the cornea from rose bengal stain indicate which feline disease?
10. Which of the following inflammatory cells are predominately found in a histologic section?
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