Eyelid surgery and enucleation in dogs & cats

This course involves teaching the basics of common eyelid surgery, from pre-op assessment to good surgical techniques. Highly practical in nature, the interactive wetlab will give the opportunity to perfect the skills learned.

Speaker: Natasha Mitchell MVB DVOphthal MRCVS

What previous delegates have said about this course:

"Another useful + well delivered course at Duggan Veterinary. The facilities + service are excellent. A great speaker + wonderful, helpful staff." 

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Eyelid surgery and enucleation in dogs & cats

Duration:1 day


  • 1 day
  • Fri 25 Oct 2024 | 09:00 - 17:00

Ocular surgery can be challenging because of the need to be very precise. The different approaches required in feline patients will be discussed. A very straightforward enucleation technique will be taught. Tips on positioning, surgical instrumentation, suture material, techniques, and using loupes will be given.

Procedures being covered on the day include:

  • Replacement of prolapsed nictitans glands (cherry eye)
  • Temporary tarsorrhaphy and proptosis
  • Eyelid laceration
  • Eyelid tumour resection
  • Entropion correction
  • Enucleation