Human head and neck Persistent pupillary membrane

Marigold (Calendula officinalis)Marigold (Calendula officinalis)
The petals of the flowers are used in lieu of the more expensive saffron. The flowers of marigold contain a high concentration of lutein, a compound that helps to reduce the risk of macular degeneration. Persistent pupillary membrane
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Ocular conditions of great danesOcular conditions of great danes
Various health schemes are in place to help identify individuals which may be affected by, or carrying genes for, certain condition. By selecting away from these traits the hope is these unwanted characteristics can be “bred out”. Persistent pupillary membrane
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Raybiano bulliesRaybiano bullies
Breed issues like skin, eye problems and any problems associated with hips will not be cover and a written report of Exam results will also be given to the customer along with up to date vaccine records, registration certificate & pedigree. Persistent pupillary membrane
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Collie Eye DiseasesCollie Eye Diseases
Collies, like other breeds of dogs, have a number of inherited ocular defects. Some of these are quite severe while others are relatively minor. Persistent pupillary membrane
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Microphthalmia and other related terms: ocular dysgenesis syndrome (microphthalmia with multiple anomalies), ocular dysgenesis associated with albinism and deafness, coloboma What is microphthalmia?Microphthalmia and other related terms: ocular dysgenesis syndrome (microphthalmia with multiple anomalies), ocular dysgenesis associated with albinism and deafness, coloboma What is microphthalmia?
Arly in development results in the smaller than normal eye (microphthalmia). This is often associated with other eye abnormalities, including defects of the cornea, anterior chamber, lens and/or retina. Persistent pupillary membrane
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Cataracts in Canines by Leanne BertaniCataracts in Canines by Leanne Bertani
The cause, size, location and severity of a cataract may vary. They can be caused by trauma, inflammation, diabetes or other metabolic disease, retinal atrophy, persistent pupillary membranes, hyaloid remnants, nutritional deficiencies. Persistent pupillary membrane
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Eye disorders in the bullmastiffEye disorders in the bullmastiff
Inherited eye disease, which can be either present at birth or develop gradually, is however not always treatable. Fortunately it is avoidable. Persistent pupillary membrane
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Bva/KC/isds eye scheme schedule b conditions under investigation as at 1 January 2017Bva/KC/isds eye scheme schedule b conditions under investigation as at 1 January 2017
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