Equine Corneal Ulcers Discussed In-Depth at AAEP Convention

At the 2007 AAEP convention's In-Depth Ophthalmology session, Caryn Plummer, DVM, Dipl. ACVO, assistant professor at of the University of Florida veterinary school, described the outer corneal layer (epithelium) as the windshield of the eye, and explained that it is protective and supportive to underlying corneal tissues. Beneath the epithelium is the stroma, the thickest layer of the cornea,

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