Cat Eye Infection Treatment 

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Cat Eye infection or Uveitis refers Bp Zone to an inflammation of certain inner pigmented structures of the cat's eye. Many of the infectious diseases in cats involve the eyes. Therefore, Uveitis is a fairly common disease seen in cats. Sometimes, eye injuries caused by fights or accidents can also give rise to the condition. Certain blood borne bacterial infections give rise to the condition too. Tumors in the cat's eye can be another cause for Uveitis. If not treated correctly, the disorder can even lead to blindness in the affected eye.

Uveitis is normally painful, and one of the symptoms is that the cat would often squint and the affected eyes would water. The pupil of the eye would become small and the surface of the eye would become red. The eye would feel soft, almost like a soft grape when touched over the eyelid with a finger. 

These are some of the distinguishing characteristics of the disease. Some cats might develop edema of the cornea which is a clouding of the cornea. Sometimes, new blood vessels can also be seen growing across the cornea. In some conditions, blood or pus might leak over the front region of the eyes. The iris might sometimes stick to the lens due to an accumulation of inflammatory cells in the eye. This can give rise to scar-type damage leading to secondary glaucoma.

  Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 2:58:07 AM

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