Brachycephalic Dogs - Ulcers and Corneal Health
Brachycephalic breeds of dog are very popular and are commonly seen by
veterinary surgeons. A number of factors contribute to poor ocular surface health,
many of which are related to the extreme conformation of brachycephalic patients
and, as a result, this group are at increased risk of developing corneal ulceration.
Prompt and appropriate investigation and treatment is required to achieve the best
outcome. Additionally, identification and treatment of any underlying factors will
reduce the risk of ulceration.
All our Tutored Online CPD Courses are written and taught by an expert in the relevant field. The tutors for this course are:
Emily Jeanes BVSc MVetSci BSAVA PGCertSAOphthal MRCVS
Roser Tetas DVM MSc DipECVO MRCVS