December 1, 2019
Christina Korb BS, DVM; DJ Haeussler, Jr., BS, MS, DVM, DACVO
What is a corneal sequestrum?
A corneal sequestrum is an unusual disease unique to our feline patients. It appears as a tan to dark brown-
black area of corneal discoloration. It can vary in size, shape, and depth, and it is usually accompanied by corneal inflammation a...
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