Issue Description Florida keratopathy (Florida spots) is an eye
condition characterized by the presence of multiple spots within both
corneas. It is most commonly seen in dogs and cats, but is also rarely
seen in horses and birds. In the United States, Florida keratopathy is
found in animals in the southeastern part of the country. In other
parts of the world it is confined to tropics and subtropics, and it is
known as tropical keratopathy Other Names Florida Keratopathy
Symptoms/Diagnosis/Treatment Florida keratopathy appears as multiple cloudy
opacities in the stromal layer of the cornea. The spots appear
concentrated at the center and become more diffuse at the periphery.
They can range in size from one to eight millimeters. There are no
other symptoms, and there is no response to treatment with either
anti-inflammatory or antimicrobial drugs.