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Have you ever seen iris bombae?

... a persistent pupillary membrane?

... a reverse D pupil?

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Keratic precipitates
Keratic precipitates indicate chronic uveitis. Workup should include differentials for uveitis, with infectious disease & neoplasia high on the list.
Persistent pupillary membrane
Usually noticed in kittens. This case extends from iris to cornea. No treatment needed.
Reverse D pupil
Reverse D pupil is associated with loss of parasmpathetic innervation to the lateral pupil (nasal / malar short ciliary nerves (III) ). Doesn't occur in canines as have different innervation

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... a reverse D pupil?

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Canine brain lateral
Canine liver

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Teres major
Origin: Caudal angle of scapula. Insertion: Fuses with tendon from M. latissimus dorsi and terminates on teres tuberosity medially on humerus. Innervation: N. axillaris. Action: Part of rotator cuff to stabilise shoulder joint. Flexes shoulder joint, draws the humerus caudally.
Deltoideus
Muscle originating from the acromion and spine of the scapula and inserting on the humerus which acts to flex the shoulder.
Caudal angle of scapula
Palpable junction between dorsal and caudal borders of the scapula. Origin of m. teres major.

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