Dr. Jim Schoster
On Monday I examined this 11 year old yellow lab with a week long history of a “red eye” but comfortable.
My concern is that this may be a corneal SCC.
So, on Thursday I will do a superficial keratectomy with histopathology.
Just interested in how you all would follow-up with adjunctive therapy once the keratectomy site has epithelialized if it turns out to be a SCC.
I know of reports of using 5-FU post keratectomy once epithelialized but there have been reports of different concentrations from 1% to 5%.
Other possibilities? Cryosurgery, Mitomycin C? Aldara?
Thank you in advance for your feed back.