The webinar subject
Many veterinarians think about keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS) or “dry eye” as a disease of dogs due to autoimmune destruction of the lacrimal gland, diagnosed by a low STT result, and largely responsive to topical cyclosporine administration. While this is undoubtedly a common manifestation of tear film dysfunction, in this session we will consider other causes, other presentations, and other diagnostic tests and treatments. And we will think about cats as not simply being “small dogs”. The goal will be to introduce a new philosophical and practical approach to dry eye disease in small animal ophthalmology centered on the growing concept in human medicine of the Integrated Functional Lacrimal Unit.
The webinar speaker
David J. Maggs, BVSc (hons), DACVO.
Professor of Comparative Ophthalmology
University of California Davis
Following graduation from the University of Melbourne in 1988, David spent 5 years in mixed practice throughout Australia, England, Scotland, and Wales. He then completed small animal and equine internships at Colorado State University, and a research fellowship and comparative ophthalmology residency at the University of Missouri. He joined the faculty at the University of California-Davis in 2000 where he is one of 7 ophthalmologists with 5 ophthalmology residents in training. He is an author of Slatter’s Fundamentals of Veterinary Ophthalmology (now in its 6th edition). David’s major interests are ocular surface disease and feline herpesvirus.
Information on charges
EESVO and ESVO Members – free of charge
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