About The Blue Book Ocular Disorders Presumed
Book The Blue Book Ocular Disorders Presumed Published in 2015 and the writer of the Veterinary Science medical book Chairs Dr. Andras Komaromy , Dr. Katie Diehl
What is the purpose of this book?
The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA), Canine Eye Registration Foundation (CERF), other breed registry groups, breed clubs, and practicing veterinarians have requested that the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO) provide a scientific advisory panel to furnish
guidelines regarding ocular disorders of major concern to purebred dogs.
The Genetics Committee of the ACVO was formed in response to these requests and is engaged in an ongoing effort to update information on ocular disorders proven or suspected to be hereditary in purebred dogs. The compendium of ocular disorders and breeding recommendations which follow are interim guidelines. They are reviewed regularly and revised whenever additional information becomes available.
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How can this information be used?
National and international breed clubs are encouraged to submit their input regarding breeding decisions for ocular disorders found in their breeds. Local breed clubs can participate by encouraging and organizing ocular examination clinics and forwarding their requests and concerns
to their national organization. Practicing veterinarians are encouraged to contribute by informing all owners of potential breeding animals of the value and availability of ocular examinations, prior to breeding. Information regarding ocular disorders found in litters or individuals can be forwarded to the Genetics Committee via any ACVO diplomate.
Individual breeders wishing to uphold high ethical standards for the improvement of their breed are urged to contribute by annual examination
of their breeding animals and by encouraging the same from other breeders. Further information can be obtained from the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA): 2300 E Nifong Boulevard, Columbia, MO, 65201-3806, 573-442-0418. Only through increased awareness of the problems and a sustained cooperative effort to disseminate accurate information, will we be able to control and/or eliminate hereditary eye diseases in purebred dogs
Topics Cover the Book
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- Measurements of Nutrients and Nutritive Value
- Designing, Conducting and Reporting Swine and Poultry Nutrition Research
- Extending the Value of the Literature: Data Requirements for
Holo-analysis and Interpretation of the Outputs
- Presentation and Publication of Your Data
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- Book Name The Blue Book Ocular Disorders Presumed
- Publish Year 2015
- Author Name Chairs Dr. Andras Komaromy , Dr. Katie Diehl
- Total Number of Pages 1003
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