Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1996;36(4):915-918.
The normal ocular fundus in Korean native goat
Kang-moon Seo, Tchi-chou Nam
College of Veterinary Medicine, Seoul National University
한국재래산양의 정상 안저도
서강문, 남치주
서울대학교 수의과대학
This study was performed to investigate the normal ocular fundus in 30 Korean native goats. The shape of two peaks of a mountain was shown in the tapetal fundus which was mostly greenish-blue color. The nontapetal fundus which was differentiated from the tapetal fundus, was generally a uniform shade with dark blue. The optic disc was nearly round and varied in color : orange, gray, tan and various combinations. It was mostly located at the junctional area of the nontapetal and the tapetal fundus. In the retinal vasculature, three or four major arterioles and two or three major venules emerged from the optic disc and the arterioles could be distinguished from the venules. The superior arteriole and venule in the tapetal fundus did not twist each other.
Key Words: Tapetal fundus, nontapetal fundus, optic disc, retinal vasculature, Korean native goat

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