Michael H. Brown, DVM, MS, DACVO, is president and owner of Veterinary Ophthalmology Services and a consultant staff veterinary ophthalmologist at Oradell Animal Hospital, both in Paramus, New Jersey. Dr. Brown earned his DVM from Kansas State University, where he also completed a comparative ophthalmology residency and earned his MS. He completed a small animal internship at The Animal Medical Center in New York, New York. Dr. Brown has written numerous scientific papers and lectures nationwide. His interests include diseases of the cornea, corneal surgery, intraocular surgery, diseases of the retina, laboratory animal ophthalmology, ophthalmic photography, and the role of oxidative stress and nutrition on diseases of the eye.
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Ocular Consequences of Systemic Hypertension with Dr. Brown
Dr. Brown shares what you should look for—and how to look for it—in these cases. He highlights some of the biggest differences between cats and dogs and why antihypertensive treatment should be initiated gradually. And, don’t miss Dr. Brown’s tips for using your smartphone to capture ocular images.
Top 5 Ocular Consequences of Systemic Hypertension
Ocular lesions and vision loss can be the first signs of systemic hypertension in dogs and cats. Keep your eyes peeled for these 5 ophthalmic changes, and be prepared to respond with the included hypertension management review.