The dog presented to the ophthalmologist with a three-week history in its right eye. The ophthalmolgist categorized the findings as buphthalmos, conjunctival hyperemia, severe corneal edema, dyscoria, ventro-medial cyclodialysis, lens luxation, central cupping of the optic nerve head, heterochromia OS, and normal gonioscopy OS. The dog also had glaucoma, OD.
The dog presented with swelling of the inferior conjunctiva and reduced movement of the globe. At surgery numerous nodular fragments of very friable tissue were impossible to remove so the globe and ocular contents were removed.