Dr. servant DJ, Ramos-Esteban AC, Sauber S, et al. A mild or superficial ulcer involves just the epithelium. In: Yanoff M, diker J, eds. Ophthalmology. 2005 May. 1125:883-7. Some corneal ulcers will be too small to see without magnification, although you will be able to feel the symptoms. They are seen in a wide variety of breeds. A fluoresce in stain test is the most common eye test performed and may be the only test needed if the ulcer is acute and very superficial. Because infection is a common occurrence in corneal ulcers, your ophthalmologist will prescribe antibiotic eye drops. The damage

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