A Big Leap for Curing Animals’ Injured Eyes

A technique borrowed from human medicine allows veterinarians to save damaged corneas in pets and horses. Read more by. veterinary ophthalmologists at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center have started using corneal crosslinking—a treatment borrowed from human medicine—to help spare animals’ eyes or avoid surgery.
Dr. Stephanie Pumphrey, DVM, DACVO said. “It helps us save eyes that we’d otherwise be unable to.” Photo: Ingimage

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