Shelby Reinstein, DAVCO

Shelby Reinstein, DAVCO

Pennsylvania

Highlights

  • Board-Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist
  • Author of Guide to Clinical Ophthalmology

Education

DVM and MS @ Kansas State University 2008; Small Animal Internship @ Michigan State University 2009; Ophthalmology Fellowship @ UPenn 2010; Ophthalmology Residency @ UPenn 2013; Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists 2013

Experience

Chief of Ophthalmology, Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center (BluePearl PA) 2013-2020

About

Dr. Reinstein has a passion for continuing education and recently published the Guide to Clinical Ophthalmology, a handbook for general practitioners. She writes articles for Clinician’s Brief, Today’s Veterinary Practice, and is the ophthalmology consultant for the leading online CE company, VETgirl.


RECENT ARTICLES:


Neonatal kitten

Eye Diseases In Neonatal Kittens: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

What Is Eye Disease In Neonatal Kittens? Neonatal (newborn) kittens can develop eye infections, also called “ophthalmia neonatorum,” as young as a few days to a few weeks of age. Most often, neonatal eye infections develop from bacteria or viruses transmitted from the queen (mother cat) during birth. Common symptoms of neonatal eye infections are red, irritated eyes with pus-like...

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Entropion In Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment​

Entropion is a condition where the eyelid margin rolls inward, causing eyelashes and fur to rub on the surface of the eye.  Entropion in cats can happen at any age but is most common in kittens or elderly cats. Entropion in cats can be caused by eye infections but may also cause an eye infection or damage to the eye...

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