THOMAS – A1103000
Safe - 2-7-2017 Brooklyn
THOMAS IS ONLY A YEAR OLD BUT HAS SOME EYE ISSUES AND ALSO NEEDS SOME DENTAL CARE – NEEDS A HOME!
THOMAS – A1103000
NEUTERED MALE, ORG TABBY, DOMESTIC SH MIX,1 yr
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, HOLD RELEASED Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 02/05/2017, From NY 11104, DueOut Date 02/08/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary QAR, very nervous/timid. Allows full handling Reportedly circling – did not appreciate. Ambulates normally but very apprehensively – no neurologic concerns; AA ~6-7 dehydrated based on skin turgor, tacky mm EENT: Eyelid agenesis affecting lateral aspect of upper and lower lid OD – globe is completey scarred likely as result of incomplete closure of eyelid life-long. Menace intact OU – cannot visualize beyond cornea OD. Mild crusting. OS WNL. Moderate dental disease- calculi/gingivitis at cheek teeth; missing incisors. Mild debris AU – tipped AD. NND H/L Auscult WNL; eup Abd snp/nmp – SI subjectively thickened Thin, BCS 3/9. Slightly dirty coat Neutered male A: 4-5 yo MN DSH Eyelid agenesis OD – congenital problem – damage to OD already occurred, unlikely to create further primary complications Dehydrated Stray history Dental disease P: 100 ml SQ LRS q24 x 3 days CTM while at BACC; given history – progress exam 2/7 Reco ophtho consult for options regarding OD – may be prone to conjunctivitis/chronic irritation Prognosis good, congenital eyelid issue unlikely to create additional serious concerns – has had defect whole life, no active infection Reco dental w/ adoption/placement
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