Haw's syndrome

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Haw's syndrome is a common finding in cats and is defined as an idiopathic (unknown cause) bilateral elevation of the third eyelids. All other aspects of the ophthalmic examination normal. This problem normally resolves in 3-4 weeks without treatment, or may reflect malaise due to other undiagnosed problems such as parasites or viral infections.