A three years old male Pomeranian dog named Kino, came to the clinic with darkening right eye, larval colonies, and foul-smelling. Based on the history of the dog owner and the results of the physical examination, the animal was diagnosed with ophtal myasis. The operative action performed to treat with the case is bulbi enucleation. Systemic therapy after surgery by giving intra-muscularis Dexamethasone and Ceftriaxone injection, and giving oral therapy using a combination of few drugs: Methylprednisolon, Ketoprofen, Adona, Cefadroxil, and Heptasan. The dog's recovery process takes 14 days.
|Translated title of the contribution||Case Report: Enucleating Bulbi Due To Ophthal Myasis In Pomeranian Dogs|
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||Jurnal Medik Veteriner|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2019|
- bulbi enucleation
- ophtal myasis