Vol. 9, Special Issue 7 (2020)
Surgical management of acute traumatic proptosis in a pug: A case report
Priyanka, Ram Niwas, Sandeep Kumar and Dinesh
A 4 year old male pug dog was presented to Veterinary Clinical Complex, LUVAS, Hisar with the history of protruded left eye globe out of the orbital rim after infight with another dog. Ocular examination revealed proptosis of left eye ball with presence of Direct and indirect pupillary light reflex but menace response was absent. The dog was first stabilised and proptosis was surgically managed with lateral canthotomy followed by temporary tarsorraphy under general anaesthesia. Systemic as well as topical antibiotic and parental NSAID were advised post-operatively. On re-evaluation of this case strabismus was found to be complication of traumatic proptosis.
How to cite this article:
Priyanka, Ram Niwas, Sandeep Kumar and Dinesh. Surgical management of acute traumatic proptosis in a pug: A case report. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(7S): 130-131.