Companion Animal Eye Center, Ltd.

4708 Olson Memorial Hwy
Golden Valley, MN 55422


Proliferative keratoconjunctivitis can vary in clinical presentation, but the typical lesion is a proliferative, white to pink, edematous, irregular and vascularized mass.  Lesions often originate from the nasal or temporal limbus but can also involve the third eyelid and/or the conjunctiva.  One or both eyes may be affected.  This is a chronic granulomatous inflammatory response with infiltrates of plasma cells and lymphocytes, variable amount of eosinophils, and occasionally histiocytes and mast cells.  Long term therapy is often required.