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Publications

Apps:

CanineOphtho - an app for iPhone and iPad which is another very useful reference tool for canine ophthalmology for vets and students, with almost 400 photographs and extensive text.

FelineOphtho – an app for iPhone and iPad which is an essential reference tool for feline ophthalmology for vets and students, with over 190 photographs. See more information here.

 

Book contributions:

1. The sclera, episclera and limbus. Chapter 13. BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Ophthalmology, 3rd edition, eds McLellan and Gould. To be published 2014

2. A problem-orientated approach to common ophthalmic presentations. BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Ophthalmology, 3rd edition, eds McLellan and Gould. To be published 2014

3. Management of ophthalmological disorders. BSAVA Manual of Feline Practice, eds Harvey and Tasker. BSAVA. 2013. ISBN 978190531939-8

4. Sudden onset blindness; Hyphaema; Quick reference guide to examining the eye; Quick reference guide to enucleation; – four other contributions to BSAVA Manual of Feline Practice, eds Harvey and Tasker. BSAVA. 2013

5. Disorders of the eye. Chapter 10. Diseases and disorders of the horse. Knottenbelt and Pascoe. Elsevier. To be published 2014

 

Journal publications:

Mitchell N (2013) Ocular pharmacy – stocking the ‘eye cabinet’. Companion Animal Journal 18 (8)

Mitchell N (2013) Lens disorders in dogs and cats. Veterinary Ireland Journal 3, 332-339

Mitchell N (2012) Surgical preparation of eyes. UK Vet 17, 26-28

Mitchell N (2012) Third eyelid protrusion in dogs and cats. Veterinary Ireland Journal 2, 205-209

Mitchell N (2012) Understanding eye medications and discharging the ophthalmic patient. Veterinary Ireland Journal 2, 198-199

Mitchell N (2011) Persistent pupillary membranes in dogs and cats. Veterinary Ireland Journal 1, 615-681

Mitchell N (2011) Writing a grant proposal. Veterinary Record 169 (3), Careers ii

Mitchell N (2011) Clinical research projects in practice. Veterinary Record 169 (2), Careers i

Mitchell N (2011) Follicular conjunctivitis – self assessment. UK Vet 16, 31-33

Mitchell N (2011) Approach to ocular examination in small animals. In Practice 33, 154

Mitchell N (2010) Understanding blindness in cats. Irish Veterinary Journal 63 (12); 760-765

Mitchell N (2010) Intraocular lymphoma in a dog – self assessment. UK Vet 15 (5); 47-52

Mitchell N (2010) Cats living with blindness: Part 2. Veterinary Nursing Journal 25 (6); 20-22

Mitchell N (2010) Cats living with blindness: Part 1. Veterinary Nursing Journal 25 (5); 38-40

Mitchell N (2010) Amelanotic malignant melanoma in a dog – self assessment. UK Vet 15 (2); 67-71

Mitchell N (2010) Corneal sequestrum in a cat – self assessment. UK Vet 15 (1); 49-54

Mitchell N (2010) Examination of the feline eye – functional anatomy. Veterinary Nursing Journal 25 (1); 17-18

Mitchell N (2010) Examination of the feline eye – practical tips on using ocular equipment. Veterinary Nursing Journal 25 (1); 23-25

Mitchell N (2009) Equine corneal ulcers. Irish Veterinary Journal 12 818-823

Mitchell N (2009) Caring for a blind cat. The Cat Winter 2009 37-38

Mitchell N (2008) Cat claw injuries in canine and feline corneas. UK Vet 13 (9) 59-67

Mitchell N (2008) Extraocular polymyositis. UK Vet 13 (8); 54-57

Mitchell N (2008) Medical treatment for glaucoma in dogs. UK Vet 13 (7); 78-82

Mitchell N (2008) Ectopic cilia in dogs – self assessment. UK Vet 13 (5); 83-86

Mitchell N (2008) Episcleritis – self assessment. UK Vet 13 (3)

Mitchell N (2008) Eyelid abnormalities in cats. UK Vet 13 (1); 51-56

Mitchell N (2008) Enucleation in companion animals. Irish Veterinary Journal 61 (2): 108-114

Mitchell N (2007) Feline herpesvirus-1 keratitis. UK Vet 12 (8); 49-55

Mitchell N (2007) Treatment of keratoconjunctivitis sicca in dogs using parotid duct transposition. UK Vet 12 (4); 19-31

Mitchell N (2006) Hyphaema in dogs. UK Vet 11 (8); 86-89

Mitchell N (2006) Ocular penetrating foreign body self assessment. UK Vet 11 (5); 69-71

Mitchell N (2006) Feline Ophthalmology Part I: Examination of the eye. Irish Veterinary Journal 59 (3); 164-168

Mitchell N (2006) Feline Ophthalmology Part II: Clinical presentation and aetiology of common ocular conditions. Irish Veterinary Journal 59 (4); 223-232

Mitchell N (2006) Self assessment: Encephalitozoon cuniculi in a rabbit. UK Vet 11 (2); 57-59

Mitchell N (2006) Treatment of canine cataracts using phacoemulsification, part 1. UK Vet 11 (3); 83-87

Mitchell N (2006) Treatment of canine cataracts using phacoemulsification, part 2. UK Vet 11 (4); 78-81

Mitchell N (2006) Hyphaema in cats. Cats Protection League Newsletter

Mitchell N (2005) Self assessment: Intermediate uveitis in a cat. UK Vet 10 (8); 83-86