Equine eye problems get a closer look: In vivo corneal confocal microscopy
from Practical Horseman
Your horse’s large, prominent eyes give him a wide field of vision. Unfortunately, their size and placement also make them prone to problems. Injuries and infections in the cornea, the surface layer of the eye and its first line of defense, are common — and when they’re not promptly treated, they can cost the horse his sight.
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