A cherry on top: a look at prolapsed glands of the third eyelid - Veterinary Practice
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A cherry on top: a look at prolapsed glands of the third eyelid

Early surgical replacement of the nictitating gland via pocketing, anchoring or a combination of both is the optimum treatment for “cherry eye”

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