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The clinical signs of uveitis in horses are not unique to this condition, but merely indicate that the horse is experiencing eye pain and include:
As with any physical examination, evaluating a horse’s eye begins with taking a history and signalment from the owner. In the medical field, “history” means the facts leading up to the patient’s current situation and includes:
SmartPak strongly encourages you to consult your veterinarian regarding specific questions about your horse's health. This information is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease, and is purely educational.
Article First Published Febuary 2012