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An opaque eye
If you animal’s eye become opaque, it is most of the time a serious affection. This opacification can affect the cornea, the anterior chamber, or the lens.
It can be :
- A cataract : Cataract
- A glaucoma :Glaucoma
- A keratitis or a serious ulcer : corneal ulcer, corneal wound, keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS), corneal sequestrum
- A serious uveitis : Uveitis
- A corneal degeneration : corneal dystrophy
In any case, this symptom is not to be neglected and must incite you to see your veterinarian.