Case Report

Unilateral Subconjunctival and Retrobulbar Hemorrhage Secondary to Brodifacoum Toxicity in a Dog

Figure 1

At initial presentation, severe subconjunctival hemorrhage of the globe, and nictitating membrane were present around the left eye. Mild exophthalmos, frank bleeding, and serosanguinous discharge were also seen. These were the only clinical signs of coagulopathy secondary to brodifacoum ingestion.