Hudson’s Story – Iridociliary AdenomaWe recently diagnosed one of our lovely patients Hudson with an Iridociliary Adenoma, which was thankfully a benign tumour in Hudson’s eye. Although benign, Iridociliary Adenomas can led to glaucoma and painful blindness.
In most cases we perform an eye enucleation when a patient has gone blind and is causing the animal pain, however this was a situation where taking a visual eye was indicated.
We are thrilled to say that Hudson is doing brilliantly and enjoying life to the full as you can see in the picture below of him (on the right) and his friend Monty enjoying Christmas.
Thank you to Hudson’s owners for sending us this lovely photo!