November 2016 Issue

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The veterinarian will examine your cat’s eyes at regular intervals. The long-term prognosis for cats with sudden blindness is highly variable, says Dr. Ledbetter. “Some causes, such as hypertensive retinopathy, are readily treatable and either curable or controllable. Others, such as optic neuritis or acute glaucoma, carry a more guarded long-term prognosis or are not readily treatable.”

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