Treatment often includes surgical replacement of the gland in the dog's eye, or removal of the entire gland if the condition is severe. Conversely, if medications are recommended, they are typically topical anti-inflammatory drugs that are effective in reducing swelling.
It is important to prevent the gland from developing into a prolapse -- thus falling out of its proper place in the eye -- and reduce the recurrence of the disease.
There are currently no known preventative measures for this medical condition.
The falling forward of something, usually visceral
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