Surgical Options for Equine Ocular Diseases

Sunday, May 13, 2018
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Many advances have been made in the treatment of equine ocular diseases.  Surgical intervention is often necessary for faster recovery and vision retention in several types of corneal diseases.  Glaucoma is not an uncommon complication of diseases such as uveitis, and may be best managed in conjunction with surgical intervention.  Other approaches to common diseases such as corpora nigra cysts will be discussed.  Case presentations will be offered to summarize information that has been presented.

Program Track:  Equine

CE Credits:  2

Available To:  All Attendees

Fee:  $0.00


Kathryn Wotman DVM, DACVIM, DACVO

Dr .Wotman completed a Large Animal internal medicine residency followed by a residency in veterinary ophthalmology at University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Wotman stayed as clinical faculty in large animal ophthalmology at Penn’s New Bolton Center in conjunction with working at the Veterinary Specialty Clinic of Delaware as a small animal ophthalmologist for 6 years. She then joined the Ophthalmology team at Colorado State University where Dr. Wotman is currently an Assistant Professor.