The role of veterinary nurses in canine cataracts

Amber Foote
Monday, May 2, 2022

Canine cataract formation is a commonly presented condition in first opinion practice. With the advancements in medical knowledge and the availability of surgical correction registered veterinary nurses are becoming increasing involved in their management and the education of owners. This article aims to discuss the aeitology of canine cataracts, the management options available and the role of veterinary nurses in these cases.

Figure 1. Typical appearance of cataractous canine eye.
Figure 1. Typical appearance of cataractous canine eye.

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