Progressive retinal atrophy

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  • Bichon Poodle Mix : An Ideal Fashionista Dog

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    Bichon Poodle Mix The Bichon Poodle mix is a designer breed, which makes it an ideal fashionista dog. Not only are these dogs pretentious, they are all about pleasing their humans. Glam them up with a pair of trendy sunglasses and pile on the bling; the more bling, the better. Yet, the Bichon Poodle mix is sooo much more than a living doll, to dress-up and show-off. From small children or adults to seniors, Bich-poos make loyal companions. They play Big and love Large. This breed is compatible

  • Poodles Vs Blue Heler Research Paper

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    Standard Poodles v.s. Blue Heelers You stand in the aisle staring at row after row of puppies trying to decide which one to get. Poodle? Heeler? Poodle? Heeler? Both Poodles and Blue Heelers have their pros and cons. They can be really cute, but some have to have certain diets unless major health problems can develop. Some dogs have a really warm heart and love kids, but are too big or too aggressive to fit in with small children. When choosing a dog it is important to look at body type, diet,

  • What Is Extended Ophthalmoscopy And What Are The Different Types?

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    mandated that the physician should provide a findings and impression report with diagnosis labeled v. Color Guidelines: 1. Red – retinal arterioles, hemorrhaging, neovascularization, vascular anomalies, vascular tumors, retinal breaks, holes in retinoschisis, cilioretinal artery, and inner portion of thin areas of retina 2. Blue – detached retina, retinal veins, outlines of retinal breaks, outlines of ora serrata, traction, outline of lattice

  • What Is Extended Ophthalmoscopy And What Are The Different Types?

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    mandated that the physician should provide a findings and impression report with diagnosis labeled v. Color Guidelines: 1. Red – retinal arterioles, hemorrhaging, neovascularization, vascular anomalies, vascular tumors, retinal breaks, holes in retinoschisis, cilioretinal artery, and inner portion of thin areas of retina 2. Blue – detached retina, retinal veins, outlines of retinal breaks, outlines of ora serrata, traction, outline of lattice degeneration,

  • Age-Related Macular Degeneration Leads to Severe Vision and Blindnes in Our Elderly

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    distorts the heart of the vision field” (Macular degeneration, 1998). Sunlight and smoking are both influences of the onset of AMD (Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), 2014). It is suggested to avoid intense bright sunlight which may help reduce the retinal degeneration. Hats, sunglasses and any other accessories that can help protect the eyes from the sun are suggested. Cigarette smoking has also been linked to increasing the risk of developing AMD and it is recommended that persons should stop smoking

  • Research Paper On Labrador Retrievers

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    Labrador retrievers are one of the most popular pets in the United States, but not always for the right reasons. Many times people will get a lab hoping it will fulfill their dreams without even considering the pros and cons. Labs are typically very loveable, and energetic, but they can also be very detrimental. Many times people will buy labs because they are so cute, easy going, and playful. Owners typically adore labs because of their face, which always seems to be smiling. Others love the look

  • Write An Essay On Nystagmus

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    in the brainstem. The nystagmus is an alternating elevation and intorsion of one eye along with depression and excyclotorsionof the other eye. Optic nerve head Optic disc pallor develops, primarily involving the papillomacular bundle and nasal retinal fibers, in a band (bow –tie) pattern that spares the inferior and superior portion of the optic disc. Absence of disc pallor one cannot rule out chiasmal disorder since pallor may take weeks to develop. Like, subtle optic disc pallor may be difficult

  • Glaucom Degenerative Disease

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    Glaucoma is a progressive optic neuropathy characterized by degeneration of retinal ganglion cells, cupping of the optic nerve heads and visual field defects often related to elevated intraocular pressure. Glaucoma affects 70 million people worldwide, and constitutes the second largest cause of bilateral blindness in the world [1]. Primary open angle glaucoma (POAG) is a multifactorial neurodegenerative disease. Both genetic and environmental factors are thought to contribute to the pathophysiology

  • Southeast Veterinary Neurology Paper

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    At Southeast Veterinary Neurology, we utilize a wide array of diagnostic tools, devices and procedures to determine exactly what ails your pet, so our veterinary neurologist can apply the appropriate remedy to make them healthy again. Electrodiagnostic studies are one of these tools, and they can give us important insights into the functioning of your pet's electrical activity and how this can tell us what's wrong with them. (-- removed HTML --) Types of Electrodiagnostics That We Employ (-- removed

  • The Diagnosis of Wolfram Syndrome

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    telangiectatic microangiopathy are evident. In chronic cases, severe optic atrophy supervenes. However, it is associated with brisk pupillary light reflexes.(12) In contrast, this patient had poor pupillary light reflexes atypical of LHON. In addition, DM was atypical of LHON. Thirdly, visual deterioration in this patient was bilateral, gradual and slowly progressive. Autosomal Dominant Optic Atrophy: It is characterized by bilateral optic atrophy with insidious visual loss in 1st to 2nd decade. As the name suggests

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