1], was not enough to induce disruption of BAB, as confirmed by the total protein aqueous humor levels assessed during the first aqueocentesis.
Results showed that firocoxib was unable to inhibit the breakdown of the BAB after aqueocentesis in healthy and seropositive cats, as confirmed by the increased concentration of aqueous humor [PGE.
Likewise, firocoxib did not control intraocular inflammation (PGE2 concentration), in horses treated for 7 consecutive days before the disruption of BAB by aqueocentesis (HILTON et al.
Ineffectiveness of firocoxib for controlling the breakdown of BAB seen herein may be attributed to the 1 hour interval used in our protocols, between the first and second aqueocentesis.
2] levels of cats of CT group after the first aqueocentesis.