What is Primary Lens Luxation (PLL)?

What is Primary Lens Luxation (PLL)?
The canine eye has the same general design as the human eye. Light travels through the cornea, through the watery aqueous chamber, enters the pupil, traverses through the lens, then the vitreous chamber, and finally is absorbed by retinal receptors. The lens is held in place by a network of tiny fibers, called zonules, that ...

Myokymia: Continuous Muscle Fibre Activity

Myokymia: Continuous Muscle Fibre Activity
Continuous muscle fibre activity was observed in a crossbred dog, a Yorkshire terrier, a border collie and three Jack Russell terriers. The clinical signs consisted of episodes of generalised myokymia which developed into muscle stiffness and delayed muscle relaxation and generally led to the dogs collapsing into lateral recumbency. These episodes were preceded by intense ...