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Author: David A. Williams MA VetMB PhD CertVOpthal FRCVS
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An ophthalmology primer for the food animal practitioner! Articles include examination techniques and therapeutic regimens for the ruminant eye, surgical techniques, infectious bovine, congenital abnormalities, listerial and uveitis.

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David L. Williams, MA, VetMB, PhD, CertVOphthal, CertWEL, FRCVS. One of the most exciting days of my year as a university lecturer is the graduation cere-. mony for our students, the moment they become veterinarians. There and then the. students affirm my constant endeavor will be to ensure the welfare of the animals. between animal welfare and the economic basis of food animal production. Veterinary Ophthalmology and Animal Welfare, Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge, Cambridge CB3 0ES, England, UK. E-mail addresses: [email protected] uk;[email protected]

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An ophthalmology primer for the food animal practitioner! Articles include examination techniques and therapeutic regimens for the ruminant eye, surgical techniques, infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis, congenital abnormalities, listerial keratoconjunctivitis and uveitis, ophthalmology of small camelids, squamous cell carcinoma, and more!