Dr. Erin Denney-Jones presents causes of equine blindness, such as uveitis (moon blindness) or trauma, and how to manage horses that have lost sight in or both eyes.
About the Experts
Erin Denney-Jones, DVM, is an FEI veterinarian and owner of Florida Equine Veterinary Services in Clermont, Fla. Her interests and practice areas include chiropractic care, sport horse medicine, reproduction, general medicine and surgery, and preventive care including wellness programs, vaccinations, parasite control, and dentistry.
- Study: Laser Glaucoma Treatment Helps, But Doesn't Cure
- Equine Recurrent Uveitis Biomarker Research a Real Eye Opener
- Leptospira Not an Important Factor in Recurrent Uveitis, Researchers Say
- Uveitis: Medical and Surgical Treatment
- Leptospirosis: What Is It?
- Horse Recovering from New Glaucoma Procedure
- Veterinary Ophthalmologists Using New Equipment to Correct Glaucoma
- Uveitis and a Detached Retina: Surgery to Save Horse's Vision
- The Gift of Sight
- Understanding Congenital Stationary Night Blindness