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In this VETgirl blog, we demonstrate a rare type of injury to the eye – corneal perforation secondary to cuterebra migration. While fly larvae typically migrate to the surface of the skin, they can rarely migrate to life-threatening or dangerous locations. Clinically, VetGirl has seen them migrate through the brain and liver also.

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