Veterinary Sciences, Vol. 7, Pages 25: Schirmer Tear Test Value and Corneal Lesions’ Incidence during General Anesthesia for Non-Ophthalmic Surgery in Non-Brachycephalic Dogs: A Pilot Study Comparing Three Different Lubricant Eye Drop Formulations

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Di Palma, C.; Micieli, F.; Lamagna, B.; Nieddu, A.; Uccello, V.; Fatone, G.; Vesce, G. Schirmer Tear Test Value and Corneal Lesions’ Incidence during General Anesthesia for Non-Ophthalmic Surgery in Non-Brachycephalic Dogs: A Pilot Study Comparing Three Different Lubricant Eye Drop Formulations. Vet. Sci. 2020, 7, 25.

AMA Style

Di Palma C, Micieli F, Lamagna B, Nieddu A, Uccello V, Fatone G, Vesce G. Schirmer Tear Test Value and Corneal Lesions’ Incidence during General Anesthesia for Non-Ophthalmic Surgery in Non-Brachycephalic Dogs: A Pilot Study Comparing Three Different Lubricant Eye Drop Formulations. Veterinary Sciences. 2020; 7(1):25.

Chicago/Turabian Style

Di Palma, Cristina; Micieli, Fabiana; Lamagna, Barbara; Nieddu, Annalisa; Uccello, Valeria; Fatone, Gerardo; Vesce, Giancarlo. 2020. "Schirmer Tear Test Value and Corneal Lesions’ Incidence during General Anesthesia for Non-Ophthalmic Surgery in Non-Brachycephalic Dogs: A Pilot Study Comparing Three Different Lubricant Eye Drop Formulations." Vet. Sci. 7, no. 1: 25.

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