Monday, August 8, 2016

2906. Entropion surgery in an adopted 3-year-old Chow Chow

Aug 8, 2016

Chow Chow could open his eyelids a bit after 10 days of antibiotics and is "more active" according to the happy couple.

"Why is there a red spot in his left eye?" the wife asked, after the entropion surgery. "It is a big corneal  growth of around 4 mm across, due to the past 3 years of irritation by inrolled eyelashes and was present before the surgery," I said. I got some images to prove it but these were not necessary. The dog's eyes were shut tight for the past 3 years as the upper and lower eyelids rolled into the cornea 180 degrees and the eye pain was excruciating.




MORE IMAGES BEFORE SURGERY









VIDEOS - BEFORE SURGERY










POST OPERATION ON AUG 8, 2016
It was fortunate for the Chow Chow that the new owner got him in for surgery.











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A SHARPEI HAS ACQUIRED ENTROPION




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