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Image Gallery: Cataracts

Daniel Binder, DACVO, DVM, PhD

Ophthalmology

|November 2012|Peer Reviewed|Web-Exclusive

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Cataracts, commonly identified on physical examination, have diverse etiologies and clinical presentations. View this gallery to see various cataracts in cats and dogs.

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