Case analysis of dog eyeball prolapse

Case analysis of dog eyeball prolapse

When people are not careful, there will always be some accidents, including our beloved pets, veterinarians treat and save pets, but they always warn the owner that various diseases may occur in such pets, but the owners often ignore this kind of pets.

The two cases are due to the negligence of the owner, one is due to the dog accidentally hitting the door frame while playing with the pet, and the other is due to the owner's negligence, squeezing the door against the dog's head, causing bilateral eyes

Eyeball prolapse often occurs in dog breeds whose eyes are more exposed to the outside world, as well as short-mouthed dogs and a few fierce dogs, such as Beijing Ba, Lulu, Chihuahua, pastoral dog, British cattle, French cattle, etc. These dogs have shallow eye sockets.

1. In one case, Jingba accidentally bumped into the door frame while playing, resulting in prolapse of the eyeball.

Prolapsed right eyeball

Case analysis of dog eyeball prolapse

Repositioned eyeball for a second flush

suture after reduction and flushing

2. This is a case of bilateral prolapse of the eyeballs. The reason is that the owner accidentally squeezed the puppy's head when he closed the car door

Prolapse of the eyeball on both sides of the front

Lateral view of the medial ligament rupture

Eyes after flushing and suture

Seven days after the stitches are removed, the eyes are shifted to both sides

Case Analysis:

Most of the prolapse of the eyeball is caused by external force. It is also found that it was caught by other dogs during the fight, and there are also cases of prolapse of the eyeball due to improper restraint in clinical practice. If found, the eyeball should be reset as soon as possible, and general anesthesia should be performed to completely remove foreign bodies and blood.

The disease has the potential to prolapse again.

When multiple muscles are broken or the optic nerve is completely severed, the eyeball hangs completely outside the eye, and the prognosis is generally poor, and it is uncertain whether the eye vision can be completely restored to normal.

Nursing: After the operation, wash the eyes and apply topical medicine at the crevices every day, clean up the eye secretions in time, and keep the eyes clean.

Postoperative: Generally, the sutures are removed seven days after the operation. It is recommended to remove one suture first, and then remove the other sutures after a few days.

Such cases mostly occur from external forces, and most of the external forces are caused by human factors that do not contain pets well. Therefore, as owners, we should take responsibility for pets and reduce harm to them. We have more responsibility and love.