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Online Gallery: FHV-1 Images

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

Ophthalmology

|January 2012|Peer Reviewed

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Feline herpesvirus-1 (FHV-1) infection is commonly recognized in the domestic feline population and causes a wide variety of clinical signs, many of which affect the eyes. This slide series, courtesy of the Comparative Ophthalmology Service and Dr. Alison Clode at North Carolina State University, provides a sampling of such ocular lesions, accompanied by figure legends.

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