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Ophthalmology
West Highland White Terrier - Part 3
OPH234   Author: Prof. Dr. Peter Bedford
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This is the right eye of a 3-month-old West Highland White Terrier. The left eye looks similar and the owner who has brought the dog in for vaccination is concerned that there may be a sight problem. The dog is unsure of itself and has bumped into furniture and other stationary objects.
Why do you think there could be a sight problem?

Because of:
a) the presence of the optic nerve hypoplasia
b) the presence of the cataract
c) the absence of chiasmal crossover
d) the smallness of the eye
 





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