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Eye Specialty Animal Clinic

BRIGHT EYE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

“Seeing” is possible only when there is no problem in the visual pathway. Therefore, to evaluate the visual status, comphehensive approach is important.

There are limited treatments in most of the retinal diseases,however treatment options are increasing. Early diagnosis and treatment is important.

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Diagnostic evaluation

Obstacle test

We perform a standard obstacle test to evaluate objective vision. The passage is changed in every trial to prevent memory of dogs and cats.

Fundus photography

Observe, record and analyze the retina and optic disc using the fundus camera.

Electroretinography, ERG

To detect abnormal function of the retina.

Ocular ultrasonography

To find retinal detachment, retrobulbar abscess or neoplasia especially in an opaque eye due to corneal disease or cataract.

OCT

It is called as the MRI of the eye, possible to detect subtle change of the retina and optic disc.

Clinical cases

  • pre
  • post

Optic neuritis

chorioretinitis, retinal hemorrhage and detachment

opic disc coloboma

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Involved research

Publication

  • Kim J, Heo J, Ji D, Kim MS. Quantitative assessment of pupillary light reflex in normal and anesthetized dogs: a preliminary study. J Vet Med Sci. 2015 Apr;77(4):475-8

Presentations

  • Kim J, DB Ji. 2018. 03. Retinal reattachment surgery in 10 dogs. Korean Society of Veterinary Ophthalmology. (망막 박리 수술에 대한 발표)
  • Kim J et al. 2015.5. Human Immunoglobulin Treatment for Sudden Acquired Retinal Degeneration (SARDs) in Dogs. Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics. (SARD의 치료에 관한 발표)
  • Kim J, Heo JS, Ji DB, Kim MS. 2014.8. Quantitative assessment of pupillary light reflex in normal and anesthetized dogs. 4th Asia Veterinary Ophthalmology Annual Conference. Taiwan
  • Kim J, Heo JS, Ji DB, Kim MS. 2014.8. Assessment of retinal thickness in sudden acquired degeneration syndrome (SARDs) dogs using SD-OCT. 4th Asia Veterinary Ophthalmology Annual Conference. Taiwan
  • Kim J, Kwon YH, Bae JH, Kim K, Kim CS, Kim SH, Lee DB, Kim JH, Kim HJ, Lee HB, Lee KC, Kim NS, Kim MS. 2012 Oct. Long term follow-up of optic neuritis associated with meningoencephalitis in a Maltese dog. 43rd Annual Meeting of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists, Portland, OR
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