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Iris atrophy is not reversible, so much of the treatment is designed to target the underlying disease that has caused it, or to halt the progression of the disease.
Due to the nature of this medical condition, it is possible that it will continue to progress as your dog ages.
The colored layer around the pupil
The tissue that supports any given organ
The term used to refer to the part of the eye containing the iris, the cilia, and the choroid.
Found inside the eye
The collection of fluid in the tissue
When a certain organ or vital tissue fails to properly or fully develop.
The wasting away of certain tissues; a medical condition that occurs when tissues fail to grow.
A medical condition in which the pupils of both eyes are differently sized.
A disorder that has resulted from intraocular pressure