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Adhesions of the Eye’s Iris and Swelling of Eye in Cats

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Treatment

 

In many cases, treatment may not be necessary. However, when glaucoma occurs in conjunction with iris bombe and synechiae, it must be treated. In cases like this, laser surgery may be necessary to release the adhesions from the iris.

 

 

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