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    Glaucoma, anterior uveitis, and corneal ulceration, horse

    Seconday glaucoma associated with chronic iridocyclitis and corneal ulceration in a horse. Some globe enlargement (buphthalmia) is present with an irregular white line in the central cornea (Haab or corneal striae), as well as an acute septic corneal ulcer. Intraocular pressure by applanation tonometry is 50 mmHg.

    Courtesy of K. Gelatt.

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