Vet Comp Ophthalmol 1995;5(1):34-41. ), Intraocular pressure is often decreased in patients with uveitis because of prostaglandin-mediated inflammation5 and edema of the ciliary body resulting in impaired aqueous humor formation or increased aqueous humor outflow through the uveoscleral route.6, Figure 3. Am J Vet Res 2008;69(2):289-293. Treating feline uveitis. Vestibular Disease in Dogs and Cats. Clinical aspects of natural infection with Blastomyces dermatitidis in cats: 8 cases (1991-2005). The aforementioned mycotic diseases can be diagnosed based on clinical findings, the results of serologic testing, and demonstration of an organism by cytology or histology.37 In cats with ocular lesions, aqueous aspirates are rarely rewarding, but histologic examination of an enucleated eye37,39 or vitreous or subretinal aspirates37 is likely to demonstrate organisms. Other neoplasms seen in cats include primary ciliary body adenomas and adenocarcinomas, but these neoplasms are rare.11 These nonpigmented tumors are often identified as focal growths originating from the ciliary body on dilated examination or on the basis of ocular ultrasonography. J Feline Med Surg 2008;10(1):41-46. Powell CC, Lappin MR. © 2020 MJH Life Sciences™ and DVM 360. ), In patients with chronic uveitis and resulting miosis and iridal swelling, the pupil margin may adhere to the anterior lens capsule, resulting in posterior synechiae (Figure 4).3 In these cases, the pupil margin appears irregular and the pupil fails to respond appropriately to light and dilating agents.3 If the entire pupil margin is involved, anterior movement of the aqueous humor is inhibited, resulting in aqueous humor accumulation behind the iris. If an underlying cause can be identified, treatments will target that; however, many cases will spontaneously recover after some time. 1. It is recommended that B. henselae infection be diagnosed based on eliminating other causes of uveitis as well as a positive antibody titer, a positive response to therapy, and a decrease in antibody titer after therapy. Glaucoma is often due to underlying problems like tumors/cancer in the eye, bleeding into the eye, damage to the lens, or secondary inflammation of the eye (e.g., uveitis). All rights reserved. Feline systemic fungal infections. Vasculitis is a hallmark of the disease and occurs secondary to the activation and circulation of monocytes.27 The clinical syndrome in cats occurs as either an effusive or noneffusive form; the noneffusive form is most commonly associated with ocular lesions.25 Such lesions may be present in either the anterior or posterior segment of the eye and may include iritis, keratic precipitates, fibrin within the anterior chamber, hyphema, chorioretinitis, and retinal perivascular cuffing.25, Diagnosing FIP is difficult since no reliable diagnostic testing methods are available at this time. Vet Pathol 2003;40(4):355-362. Cataracts may develop after inflammatory mediators diffuse across the lens capsule (Figure 9).2 Chronic uveitis is the leading cause of feline cataracts and is often associated with posterior synechiae, rubeosis iridis, and peri-iridal inflammatory membranes.11 Additionally, inflammatory products within the aqueous humor can result in the breakdown of lens zonular fibers and, consequently, lens luxation (Figure 10).2. Ophthalmic anatomy. 46. The most common clinical ocular manifestations of FHV-1 are conjunctivitis and keratitis, but anterior uveitis has also been a suggested manifestation of the disease.32 One study demonstrated FHV-1 DNA in the aqueous humor of 12 of 86 cats with clinical signs of anterior uveitis that had negative test results for other known causes of feline uveitis.32 This study proposed that FHV-1 gained entry into the eye through axonal transport of virus, but this hypothesis has not been investigated.32 As previously discussed, FHV-1 may reactivate in times of stress, so it remains unclear whether the intraocular FHV-1 infection is a cause or result of feline uveitis.31 Additionally, FHV-1 can replicate in conjunctival and corneal tissue and could serve as a contaminant during anterior chamber paracentesis. Uveitis in cats may occur spontaneously or secondary to systemic disease. 39. Infectious diseases of the dog and cat. A complete cataract secondary to chronic anterior uveitis. 19. Uveitis may be a symptom of certain infectious diseases that are contagious. Willis AM. Beekhuis WH, McCarey BE. Some cats with uveitis have tested positive for infection from Bartonella, a bacteria that causes what is commonly called "cat-scratch fever" when transmitted to humans. Zeiss CJ, Johnson EM, Dubielzig RR. Uveitis may be a symptom of certain infectious diseases that are contagious. Any event affecting the cornea, such as perforation or ulceration, can result in uveitis through the stimulation of an axonal reflex that is mediated by trigeminal nerve endings. Uveitis in cats can be caused by serious or life-threatening generalized disease in the cat’s body. In: Greene CE, ed. Systemic causes of uveitis often result in bilateral ocular involvement. Buphthalmia is demonstrated in the left eye by the increased width of the palpebral fissure and increased corneal diameter compared with the right eye. This finding suggests that a proportion of feline uveitis cases may be secondary to an immune-mediated process.2,3. Treatment with broad-spectrum oral antibiotics is recommended to reduce the risk of infectious endophthalmitis. Although cats are a necessary part of the life cycle of T. gondii, the parasite rarely causes clinical disease in them. 14. Aqueous humor dynamic in experimental iridocyclitis. A second positive test result is highly suggestive that the patient is persistently infected.17 Identifying neoplastic lymphocytes on histologic examination of mass lesions or cytologic examination of aqueous humor is diagnostic of ocular lymphosarcoma; however, such samples may be unrewarding, and detection of neoplasia in other body systems may be necessary.19, With regard to ocular lesions, a positive FeLV status should be evaluated with caution as not all cats infected with FeLV develop lymphosarcoma, and, as previously discussed, FeLV infection may result in uveitis secondary to other infectious diseases as a result of immunosuppression. FeLV and lymphosarcoma. Thus, it is recommended that patients requiring such diagnostic tests be referred to an ophthalmologist. Chronic secondary glaucoma of the left eye resulting in anisocoria (arrowheads indicate pupil margins) and buphthalmia. Perform fluorescein staining to rule out the presence of a corneal ulcer, and measure intraocular pressure by applanation tonometry after applying topical proparacaine. Treatment is initially aimed at reducing inflammation and providing pain relief primarily with topical eye medications such as corticosteroids (prednisolone, dexamethasone) or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as flurbiprofen (brand name Ocufen®). Vitreous humor can also be sampled when other diagnostic test results are unrewarding, but there is a high risk of ocular hemorrhage and lens or retinal damage. It is one of the most common eye … Toris CB, Pederson JE. Toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by the single-celled parasite Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii). Address ocular lesions with nonspecific therapy (see sidebar titled "Nonspecific therapy for uveitis"). Pathogenesis of experimentally induced feline immunodeficiency virus infection in cats. Infectious diseases of the dog and cat. Veterinary ophthalmology. 33. Wishing you wet-nosed kisses,CriticalCareDVM Corcoran KA, Peiffer RL, Koch SA. Toxoplasma gondii is an obligate intracellular coccidian parasite.46 Cats, the definitive host, acquire toxoplasmosis by ingesting T. gondii cysts in prey animals.46 Systemic signs of infection include vague clinical signs, such as lethargy, anorexia, weight loss, and weakness; short-lived signs, such as a self-limiting, small-bowel diarrhea; and more severe signs, such as ataxia, seizures, icterus, abdominal effusion, and cardiac arrhythmias.46 The seroprevalence of T. gondii infection in cats with uveitis has been reported as high as 80.2%.47 Both the organism's DNA and antibodies to the organism have been detected in aqueous humor, confirming that T. gondii can directly infect the eye.47,48 Intraocular inflammation is thought to occur secondary to organism replication or intraocular hypersensitivity induced by exposure of antigen-specific intraocular lymphocytes to circulating T. gondii antigens.3 In addition to anterior uveitis, T. gondii can cause chorioretinitis and retinal vasculitis. Nasisse MP, Guy JS, Davidson MG, et al. St. Louis, Mo: Saunders, 2006;88-102. Current systemic therapy is centered on good husbandry and supportive care, but antiviral chemotherapy and immune modulatory therapy are under investigation.21, FIP. 4. Arrowheads denote the superior aspect of the luxated lens. Blastomycosis in indoor cats: suburban Chicago, Illinois, USA. Feline uveitis: A review of its causes, diagnosis, and treatment 2009-11-01 dvm360 Staff Uveitis is a common and painful ocular disease in cats that can eventually lead to blindness. Peiffer RL Jr, Wilcock BP. In addition to nonspecific topical therapy for uveitis (see sidebar titled "Nonspecific therapy for uveitis"), azole antifungal therapy with or without adjunctive amphotericin B therapy has been effective.37,43,45 Fluconazole is the azole of choice in cats since it is associated with the fewest side effects7 and has good penetration into the eye. Histopathologic study of uveitis in cats: 139 cases (1978-1988). In the cat, uveitis can be caused by Feline Leukaemia Virus (FIV), Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) with trauma such as cat scratches commonly reported. A thorough ophthalmic examination is required to diagnose uveitis. Stern FA, Bito LZ. As such, it presents a great challenge for practitioners with respect to diagnosis and treatment. Vet Microbiol 1998;62(3):193-205. Comparison of the hypotensive and other ocular effects of prostaglandins E2 and F2 alpha on cat and rhesus monkey eyes. Four viral diseases in cats have been associated with uveitis—feline leukemia virus (FeLV) infection, feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) infection, feline infectious peritonitis (FIP), and feline herpesvirus-1 (FHV-1) infection. Horner's syndrome is a common neurological disorder of the eye and facial muscles and can occur suddenly. FIP is caused by a highly fatal coronavirus that is shed mainly in feces and transmitted by ingesting or inhaling viral particles.25,26 Numerous feline coronaviruses exist, and it has been proposed that the FIP virus occurs secondary to spontaneous mutation of feline enteric coronavirus within an environment.26 Whether a cat develops clinical disease after viral exposure depends on the animal's immune response. Sometimes there may be bleeding or pus in the front chamber of the eye. ), Inflammation of the corneal endothelium impairs the chloride-dependent active pump mechanism responsible for transporting fluid out of the stroma and results in corneal edema.4 Inflammatory cells within the aqueous humor may aggregate and deposit upon the corneal endothelium, resulting in keratic precipitates that are typically present on the ventral half of the cornea (Figure 3).2,3 Additionally, corneal vascularization can occur secondary to chronic inflammation.2, Figure 2. Anterior uveitis or iridocyclitis is commonly diagnosed in dogs, cats, and horses but is observed in other species as well. Place the direct ophthalmoscope close to the eye, and focus it on the cornea. ©Copyright VCA Hospitals all rights reserved. Blastomycosis. 27. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1980;19(1):21-30. The retrovirus FeLV is transmitted both horizontally and vertically among cat populations.17,18 Two disease progressions are possible in cats infected with FeLV: 1) persistent viremia and progressive infection or 2) self-limiting, regressive infection.17 Numerous FeLV strains exist, some of which can lead to malignant transformation or cytopathic deletion of specific lymphocyte and hematopoietic cell populations.17, A low incidence (< 2%) of ocular disease has been reported among cats infected with FeLV.18 Ocular lesions in cats with FeLV infection are unlikely to be the direct result of FeLV infection but rather neoplasia induced by the virus or related to secondary invasion of infectious agents caused by immunosuppression. The best course of treatment will address the clinical signs but also any primary condition that the uveitis is a result of. An anterior segment evaluation is best performed by using a hand-held slit lamp. Both blunt and penetrating trauma may result in uveitis. Additional testing modalities are available on aqueous humor samples, including PCR tests for various infectious agents, cytologic examination, and bacterial culture and antimicrobial sensitivity testing. Detection of feline herpesvirus-specific antibodies and DNA in aqueous humor from cats with or without uveitis. All rights reserved. Ophthalmic disease in veterinary medicine. J Feline Med Surg 2001;3(1):9-16. A cat with FIP and associated anterior uveitis. Antibodies against the organism have been documented in the serum of cats exhibiting uveitis15,16 and healthy cats.14 In one report, the seroprevalence of B. henselae was higher in both healthy cats and cats without ocular disease compared with cats with uveitis.14 Serology is thus unlikely to aid in diagnosis. 37. Wilcox BP, Peiffer RL Jr. Feline infectious peritonitis viruses arise by mutation from endemic feline enteric coronaviruses. There are many potential causes of uveitis. In response to the effects of prostaglandins and other inflammatory mediators on the iris sphincter muscle, miosis may be observed.2,3 The miosis is typically associated with ciliary muscle spasm, which contributes to ocular pain.2 Iridal swelling or iritis results from vasodilation, increased iris vessel permeability, and cellular accumulation, which often causes a change in iris color.2,3 Cellular accumulations may also give the iris a grossly swollen appearance.3, Figure 4. Most cats will avoid bright lights (photophobia). Treatment of feline herpesvirus-1 associated disease in cats with famciclovir and related drugs. Diffuse iridal melanoma was diagnosed on histologic examination. The iris and the ciliary body together form the anterior uveal tract. It’s not over when it’s over. What to Expect from your Pet’s Echocardiogram. Dysfunction of the sympathetic nerves of the eyes and surrounding facial muscles causes Horner’s syndrome and may be due to an injury such as a bite wound or blunt trauma, a tumor, intervertebral disc disease, or middle or inner ear disease. 7. In: Greene CE, ed. Martin CL, Carmichael KP, Vigantas KR, et al. 35. (Photo courtesy of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Perform the fundic examination by using direct or indirect ophthalmoscopy. Malik R, Lessels NS, Webb S, et al. For example lymphosarcoma in cats is often manifested as iritis, while uveitis associated with feline AIDS has been associated with pars planitis. 23. London, England: Manson Publishing, 2005;310-317. Causes of feline uveitis. Uv eitis … Addie DD, Jarrett O. Sometimes there is blepharospasm and increased lacrimation but this is less frequently encountered than in dogs, mainly because uveitis in cats … Kipar A, May H, Menger S, et al. When properly treated, most cases of uveitis begin to improve within twenty-four hours. J Am Vet Med Assoc 1990;196(7):1116-1119. A cat with uveitis may keep the affected eye shut or may squint (blepharospasm) or blink … Uveitis is a common and painful ocular disease in cats that can eventually lead to blindness. Figure 10. English RV, Nelson P, Johnson CM, et al. Severe uveitis can result in irreversible blindness. Exp Eye Res 1986;43(5):707-711. Several serious diseases such as those caused by the Feline Leukemia virus, Feline Immunodeficiency virus, Feline Infectious Peritonitis virus, Toxoplasma gondii, and cancer (lymphoma) may cause … The uvea is the part of the eye made up of the iris (the thin, circular structure in the eye that gives the eye its color and controls the size of the pupil), the ciliary body (part of the wall of the eye that makes the fluid that fills the eye) and the choroid (middle layer of the eye). Ames, Iowa: Blackwell Publishing, 2007;62-98. Greene RT, Troy GC. A cat with FeLV infection demonstrating iridal swelling and dyscoria secondary to extensive posterior synechiae. This accumulation appears clinically as iris bombé, or an anterior ballooning of the iris, which predisposes the eye to secondary glaucoma development.3 Additionally, in patients with chronic inflammation, the iris may appear red, also known as rubeosis iridis, secondary to neovascularization of the anterior iridal surface (Figure 5).2, Figure 5. In: Green CE, ed. Lappin MR, Black JC. 21. Histologic features of feline ocular lymphosarcoma: 49 cases (1978-1992). Cryptococcosis is one of the most common mycotic diseases in cats. Vet Parasitol 1998;79(3):181-186. 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