MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF KCS Primary medical therapy of both quantitative and qualitative KCS consists of tear stimulants and tear replacements. Topical antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs are also commonly used.What causes keratoconjunctivitis sicca ( KCS ) in dogs?
Some of the common causes of KCS include: Immune-mediated diseases that damage the tear producing glands. This is the most common cause of KCS and is poorly understood. The body's immune system attacks the cells that produce a portion of the tear film resulting in decreased production.Who are the owners of a veterinary practice?
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