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Ciliary body adenocarcinoma, dog
Ciliary body adenocarcinoma, dog

    Photograph of the eye of a dog with ciliary body adenocarcinoma. A pink to white mass is present in the ventral ciliary body. The mass has enlarged to cause dyscoria. This globe also has diffuse episcleral injection, corneal edema, and corneal vascularization, indicating the likely presence of anterior uveitis or secondary glaucoma.

Courtesy of K. Gelatt.

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