Animal Eye Center

Treatment

  • Cataract surgery
  • Eyelid surgery, such as strabismus and eye muscle surgery
  • Cherry eye surgery
  • Surgery to repair corneal injury by using human placenta and conjunctival transplant
  • Laser treatment to cure glaucoma (to reduce pressure)

Tools and Equipment

  • Slit-lamp and monitor
  • Tonometry
  • Ophthalmoscope
  • Ocular ultrasound
  • Electroretinography
  • Phacoemulsification
  • Transcleral diode laser
  • Surgical Microscope)

Treatment

  • Detect, diagnose and treat disorders of eyelids, cornea, anterior chamber, lens,eye fluid and nerves, while recording the visual for the owner to compare before and after treatment.
  • Measure pressure in the eye and treat with laser in case there ishigh pressure or glaucoma.
  • Check the dog’s pupils by using ophthalmoscope and electroretinography inspections.
  • Detect cataractand perform cataract surgery by high frequency technique, leaving small incisions and using artificial lens to aid visibility.
  • Perform surgery to fix cornea disorder by surgical microscope to enhance precision and leave minimal effect on other organs.

Yorkshire Terrier dogs, aged 14 years and6 months, received the treatment at Thonglor Animal Eye Center after its eyes had hazy tint. The examination by microscope showed that the dog had nuclear sclerosis, or cataract and conjunctivis, at both eyes.

picture 1: Right eye had cloudy tint and conjunctivis
picture 2: Left eye’spupil had cloudy tint, conjunctivis and deteriorating cornea

Cataractis treated byPhacoemulsification Surgery and Intraocularartificial lens to aid visibility. The surgeon planned the Electroretinography examinations before surgery to assess retina function.

picture 3 and 4: Electroretinography examinations
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After electroretinographyexaminations showed satisfactory result, the veterinarianperformed surgery by surgical microscope and phacoemulsification. The process took around 30 minutes. After the surgery, the dog was under care by Thonglor Pet Hospital which evaluated the surgery resultsby measuring the pressure in the eyeperiodically throughmicroscope.

picture 5: Right eye after the blue haze was removed with small surgery incision
picture 6: Left eye showed clear eye and artificial lens.

Two weeks after surgery, the dog recovered at satisfactory level without any infections or complications. The dog could live normally. In addition, the dog owner was happy because the owner could take the dog outside the house without fears of losing the dog.

picture 7: Right eye Two weeks after surgery did not show any infections or complications.
picture 8: Left eye. Two weeks after surgery did not show any infections or complications.
picture 9: Eye examination by microscope with monitor and the dog two weeks after surgery
picture 10: Eye examination by microscope with monitor and the dog two weeks after surgery
+ Clinic Information

Treatment

  • Cataract surgery
  • Eyelid surgery, such as strabismus and eye muscle surgery
  • Cherry eye surgery
  • Surgery to repair corneal injury by using human placenta and conjunctival transplant
  • Laser treatment to cure glaucoma (to reduce pressure)

Tools and Equipment

  • Slit-lamp and monitor
  • Tonometry
  • Ophthalmoscope
  • Ocular ultrasound
  • Electroretinography
  • Phacoemulsification
  • Transcleral diode laser
  • Surgical Microscope)

Treatment

  • Detect, diagnose and treat disorders of eyelids, cornea, anterior chamber, lens,eye fluid and nerves, while recording the visual for the owner to compare before and after treatment.
  • Measure pressure in the eye and treat with laser in case there ishigh pressure or glaucoma.
  • Check the dog’s pupils by using ophthalmoscope and electroretinography inspections.
  • Detect cataractand perform cataract surgery by high frequency technique, leaving small incisions and using artificial lens to aid visibility.
  • Perform surgery to fix cornea disorder by surgical microscope to enhance precision and leave minimal effect on other organs.
+ Case Study

Yorkshire Terrier dogs, aged 14 years and6 months, received the treatment at Thonglor Animal Eye Center after its eyes had hazy tint. The examination by microscope showed that the dog had nuclear sclerosis, or cataract and conjunctivis, at both eyes.

picture 1: Right eye had cloudy tint and conjunctivis
picture 2: Left eye’spupil had cloudy tint, conjunctivis and deteriorating cornea

Cataractis treated byPhacoemulsification Surgery and Intraocularartificial lens to aid visibility. The surgeon planned the Electroretinography examinations before surgery to assess retina function.

picture 3 and 4: Electroretinography examinations
4

After electroretinographyexaminations showed satisfactory result, the veterinarianperformed surgery by surgical microscope and phacoemulsification. The process took around 30 minutes. After the surgery, the dog was under care by Thonglor Pet Hospital which evaluated the surgery resultsby measuring the pressure in the eyeperiodically throughmicroscope.

picture 5: Right eye after the blue haze was removed with small surgery incision
picture 6: Left eye showed clear eye and artificial lens.

Two weeks after surgery, the dog recovered at satisfactory level without any infections or complications. The dog could live normally. In addition, the dog owner was happy because the owner could take the dog outside the house without fears of losing the dog.

picture 7: Right eye Two weeks after surgery did not show any infections or complications.
picture 8: Left eye. Two weeks after surgery did not show any infections or complications.
picture 9: Eye examination by microscope with monitor and the dog two weeks after surgery
picture 10: Eye examination by microscope with monitor and the dog two weeks after surgery