Background: This condition occurs most frequently in horses from trauma or debris in the eye. In some cases, the origin is allergic, or infectious.
Symptoms: An inflammation of the eyelids and other conjunctival membranes of the eyes, often accompanied with redness of the sclera, and excess tearing and discharges. Conjunctivitis often follows acute irritation with wind, snow, dust, plant material or an abrasion during a fight or play.
Diagnostics: A thorough examination should be performed to rule out corneal erosion, foreign objects or other non-self-correcting problems.
Principles for Supplementation: Aids immune system, adds nutrients to support ocular tissue healing and ocular immune system.