General information on Keratitis
Keratitis describes as when the cornea becomes cloudy and loses transparency due to inflammation of the cornea. All types of Keratitis can lead to partial or complete blindness. Keratitis is a serious disease that must be treated by a veterinarian.
Symptoms of Keratitis
The symptoms of Kertits are pawing at the eye, squinting, watery eye, protrusion of the third eye-lid, cloudy eye, avoiding light.
Treatments for Keratitis
Keratitis is a serious disease that must be treated by a veterinarian. Since there are several types of Keratitis the treatment may be differ depending on the type Keratitis and cause.
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