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Eye Specialty Animal Clinic


The cornea is a transparent outer fibrous coat of the eye, contribute to maintain the shape of the eye and play an important part of the light transmission into the eye. Therefore the goal of the treatment should be focused not just to maintain the shape of eye but to reduce the corneal opacity.

It is very uncommon to have to give up the eye just because of corneal disease. We provide high quality, compassionate, state-of-the-art ophthalmic care to your pets.

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Diagnostic evaluation

  • Slit lamp biomicroscopy
  • Vital dyes – Fluorescein, Rose Bengal
  • Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)

Slit lamp biomicroscopy

Fluorescein stain

Corneal OCT

State of art Corneal surgeris in Bright Eye

Corneal Collagen Crosslinking (CXL)
Corneal Collagen Crosslinking (CXL)
  • Highly effective for non-healing, melting ulcer, Short protocol do not need general anesthesia
Biomaterial Transposition
Biomaterial transposition
  • To improve the corneal clarity, we perform variable biomaterial transplantation in corneal diseases.
Amniotic Membrane Transposition
Amniotic membrane transposition
  • To improve the corneal clarity, we perform amniotic membrane transposition.

Clinical cases

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Conjunctival flap in corneal perforation

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Biosis® in Feline corneal sequestrum

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CXL in melting ulcer

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Amnioitic membrane transposition in corneal dermoid

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Amnioitic membrane transposition in feline corneal sequestrum

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Involved research


  • Y Kwon, J Kim, J Bae, K Lee, N Kim, M Kim. Allogeneic Tectonic Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty for the Treatment of Large Corneal Perforation in a Dog. Pak Vet J. 2016
  • Kim J, Bae JH, Kwon YH, Kim NS and Kim MS Equine Amniotic Membrane Transplantation in Corneal Perforation Resulting from Melting Ulcer in a Dog. J Vet Clin 2013: 30(1) : 41-44
  • Choi US, Labelle P, Kim S, Kim J, Cha J, Lee KC, Lee HB, Kim NS, Kim MS. Successful treatment of an unusually large corneal epithelial inclusion cyst using equine amniotic membrane in a dog. Vet Ophthal 2010 Mar;13(2):122-5


  • Kang HY, Jung SJ, Kim J et al. Equine amniotic membrane transplantation with superficial keratectomy in canine corneal dermoid. 5th Asian Meeting of Animal Medicine Specialties 2017. Taegu, Korea
  • Kim J et al. 2016.10. Superficial keratectomy combined with conjunctival flap for corneal edema induced by corneal endothelial dystrophy and degeneration in dogs. Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics.
  • Kim J et al. 2016.7 Corneal Collagen Cross Linking for the treatment of melting ulcer, a new protocol. 6th Asia Veterinary Ophthalmology Annual Conference. Bangkok, Thailand
  • Bae JH, Kim J. 2015.10. Penetrating Corneal Xenotransplantation of SPF Pig Corneas to a dog: a preliminary study. American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology. Coeur d’Alene, ID
  • Kim J. 2016.5. Corneal Collagen Cross Linking following Superficial Keratectomy as treatment for corneal endothelial dystrophy in 4. European College of Veterinary Ophthalmology.
  • Heo J, Kim J, Kim MS et al. 2014 .10. Porcine Urinary Bladder Basement Membrane (ACell Vet) Transplantation after the Superficial Keratectomy for Corneal Sequestrum in a Cat. Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics
  • Kim J et al. 2014.10. Collagen Cross Linking (CXL) for a treatment of Melting ulcer in a Maltese dog. Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics.
  • Kim J, Kim N, Kim MS, Lee HB, Lee KC, Kwon JK, Cho JG, Kang HS., Jeong SM, Park BK. 2010 Equine amniotic membrane transplantation for various corneal diseases: three canine cases. 2010 WSAVA, Geneva, Switzerland
  • Kim J et al. 2009.10. Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics. Successful Treatment of an Unusually Giant Corneal Epithelial Inclusion Cyst Using Equine Amniotic Membrane in a Dog. Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics.
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