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Increased & Decreased Intraocular Pressure

Alison Clode, DVM, DACVO, Port City Veterinary Referral Hospital, Portsmouth, New Hampshire


|July 2019|Peer Reviewed

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*Provided no corneal ulcer is present
†In patients with secondary glaucoma due to posterior synechiae and iris bombe, atropine may be indicated to break open the pupil and restore aqueous humor flow.

IOP = intraocular pressure, PLR = pupillary light reflex


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