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A twelve year old stallion was presented to the hospital with complaint of lacrimation, corneal opacity of left eye for the past two weeks. Upon clinical examination, white motile worm in the left eye was noticed. Stallion was successful treated with repeated doses of ivermectin injection @ 200 μg/kg body weight subcutaneously along with supportive therapy.
Horse, ivermectin, microfilaria, setaria, corneal opacity