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Anyone ever have problems with their bunny's third eyelid? Jolene's has been stuck for several days, and rinsing her eye with solution isn't helping. I'm taking her to the vet tomorrow because the membrane looks inflamed.

www.medirabbit.com/EN/Eye_diseases/Differential/Nictitating.htm

The brown color at the edge of the eyelid is seen in most rabbits. Right: Protruding third eyelid in a stressed rabbit . The protruding nictitating membrane (third eyelid) may be unilateral or bilateral. It may be accompanied by enophthalmia (sunken eye). Bacterial infection. ... e-mail: info@medirabbit.com ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nictitating_membrane

The nictitating membrane (from Latin nictare, to blink) is a transparent or translucent third eyelid present in some animals that can be drawn across the eye from the medial canthus for protection and to moisten it while maintaining vision. Some reptiles, birds, and sharks have full nictitating membranes; in many mammals, a small, vestigial portion of the membrane remains in the corner of the eye.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwImnIVUjJs

A rabbit has a third eyelid called Nictitating membrane (just like sharks). It is there to protect the eye and probably lubricate it. This is an amazing eyelid that we also have but it has been ...

www.reference.com/pets-animals/rabbits-blink-457c2b755c182cd5

The rabbit's third eyelid is called the nictitating membrane. The nictitating membrane floats across the surface of the rabbit's eye to lubricate and protect the cornea. Humans blink to lubricate and protect the surface of the eye. Besides rabbits, dogs, cats and other mammals have a third eyelid. Many reptiles, birds and sharks have a third ...

www.netvet.co.uk/rabbits/eyes.htm

Each eye of the rabbit has a tear duct and this is responsible for maintaining the correct lubricating conditions it requires. In addition to keeping the eye moist, the rabbit has a Nictitating Membrane which is better known as the third eyelid which also provides the eye with protection.

rabbit.org/chronic-runny-eyes-in-rabbits

Chronic Runny Eyes In Rabbits. ... Inflammation of mucous membranes cupping the eyeball (the conjunctiva) and/or the nictitating membrane (“third eyelid”) also can cause runny eyes. Conjunctivitis can cause the eye to produce thicker, stickier discharge than normal, watery tears. Pathogens or allergies are possible culprits.

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Cysts of the Third Eyelid. Cysts of the third eyelid may occur after surgical repositioning of the prolapsed nictitans gland. Diagnosis is based on FNAB which will reveal clear cystic content. Surgical resection of the cystic wall is usually curative. Nictitans Prolapse in the Rabbit. In rabbits the third eyelid may be protruding due to orbital ...

www.medirabbit.com/EN/Eye_diseases/Disorder/Harder/Harders_en.htm

A healthy rabbit eye, with the third eyelid protruding a little. A swelling of the third eyelid occurs when the ventral pink lobe of the Harderian gland prolapses. The etiology of the prolapse is unknown. A weakness of the connective tissue around the gland is suspected. The gland starts to move, and becomes irritated.

www.exoticpetvet.net/smanimal/rabanatomy.html

Rabbits possess a third eyelid, called the nictitating membrane that moves across the cornea (surface of the eye) and offers protection and lubrication. The most common problems associated with the eyes and nose are infections caused by the bacterium, Pasteurella multocida. This bacterium can be responsible for a myriad of problems in the ...