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Journal October 2009 (Vol 31, No 10)

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NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Canine Glaucoma: Pathophysiology and Diagnosis CE Article #1

1. Canine glaucoma usually results from
2. Normal canine IOP is _______ mm Hg.
3. Which statement is true with regard to congenital canine glaucoma?
4. Which statement is true with regard to primary canine glaucoma?
5. Secondary canine glaucoma can be caused by
6. A 6-year-old spayed bassett hound presents with buphthalmia, corneal edema, and a dilated pupil with no PLR. A cupped optic disc and retinal degeneration are visible on fundic examination. This dog has _______ glaucoma.
7. If a dog with elevated IOP lacks a menace response and direct and consensual PLRs,
8. Accurate determination of IOP requires
9. Which statement regarding tonometers is true?
10. In a case of apparently unilateral glaucoma, evaluation of the contralateral eye is crucial because
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