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Thank you to our wonderful and hardworking vet techs! We couldn't do it without you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Introducing our new specialty reproduction facility at our Paris location! ... See MoreSee Less

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Case of the week: Eye Ulcers

A 10-year-old quarter horse gelding presented to our hospital with the complaint of a squinting left eye. On closer inspection, the eyelid appeared swollen, with an an irregular lesion noted superficially on the cornea. After laboratory results and examination, this horse was diagnosed with a corneal ulcer. We began treatment with Neo-Poly-Bac ointment, Atropine ointment, plasma and several days of Banamine. Additionally, a fly mask was to be kept on the horse at all times.

Eye ulcers can quickly deteriorate, even to the point of losing an eye! Close monitoring for early clinical signs can be eye saving in these cases.
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Park Equine Hospital now offers EIA results through GlobalVetLink. Veterinarians can also ship directly to our Woodford location. Questions, call 859-873-7275. ... See MoreSee Less

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