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Fig. 5

From: Clinical signs of brachycephalic ocular syndrome in 93 dogs

Fig. 5

A six-year-old female Pug before and after MCP and resection of the excessive nasal fold. Note that bilateral medial cantoplasty was performed to shorten the eyelid fissure, correcting the lagophthalmia, addressing caruncular trichiasis and correcting the bilateral medial entropion, preserving the lacrimal puncta to avoid epiphora. Moreover, the excessive nasal fold has been trimmed away to prevent facial trichiasis with consequent nasal hair rubbing the cornea leading to pigmentary keratitis formation

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