Well, cataract is the formation of the "crystal-like" reflections within the lens of the eye. Glaucoma represents a increased pressure "within the inside of the eyeball." So, very different conditions. Cataract formation can actually induce glaucoma sometimes.
I am going to send you some links that may be helpful:
The presence of cataract in the lens does NOT necessarily mean treatment is needed. However, when the pressures in the eyeball increase and glaucoma is present, this can be very painful. The treatment is generally topical and/or oral medications to lower the pressures.
The bluish color I can't comment on as easily. It greatly depends on whether it is a bluish cast within the inside chamber of the eye, on the surface of the cornea, etc....
I think that should cover your question.
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It is inside the eye and his eyes are brown
It came up so suddenly. I gave him a flea bath one day and the next his left eye was blue. I ordered Nu Vet Plus and started him on that 3 days ago and today I noticed his right eye looks the same as the left. Will Nu Vet Plus help for cataracts as well as glaucoma?
Okay. In that case, the bluish color could suggest corneal edema. That is, an inflammatory reaction that may be caused by some corneal irritation or a corneal ulcer caused by chemical burn from the shampoo getting into the eye.
Keep in mind, that is completely! a guess, as I have no way to assess the key, but I wanted to try and give you some type of comment.
What do you do to treat it?
Well, you start with a eye stain test first to see if there is an ulcer:
The color is blue and cloudy within the eye
Eye Stain Test for Ulcers
It is the result of the stain test that dictates what type of eye medication is used.
Within the eyeball can suggest a condition called anterior uveitis. That's when there is an inflamamtory condition literally within the eyeball.
I can't really elaborate on that, as there are numerous causes.
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