Figure 6 : Same horse as Figure 5, Case #20; 18 days after presentation to the University
of Florida Veterinary Medical Center.

A standing keratectomy was performed the day prior to this photo to remove part of the plaque, and
neutrophilic infiltration can now be seen. Blood vessels have reached the edge of the plaque. Standing
keratectomies to remove loose pieces of the plaque were repeated over several days.

Brooks et al.Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences  2015 3:2DOI : 10.7243/2054-3425-3-2