Lipemic Aqueous - Problem Based Feline Medicine
by Jacquie Rand
Elsevier Saunders 2006
- Eye may suddenly become very cloudy with a "milky appearance".
- Unilateral or bilateral.
Idiopathic in Burmese cats associated with hyperlipidemia.
- May occur in cats with uveitis that are on a high-fat diet.
Lipaemia of the aqueous humour
Many Burmese cats (>50 cases in the UK) in the UK, Australia and New Zealand have been seen to develop a transient milky appearance to one or both of their eyes. Affected cats have all been between 5 months and a year of age more...