I don't know about the Aussie Opthamologist thing but I can make an attempt to answer the other questions.
Dog 1: Iris to Iris and Iris to Cornea would not be able to CERF because of the Iris to Cornea PPM. Only Iris to Iris is allowed.
Dog 2: Very small PPM remnant in both eyes. With out knowing the type of PPM it is impossible to say whether this dog would CERF. PPM can be classified as Iris to Iris (the only type that CERFs), Iris to Lens, Iris to Cornea, and Iris Sheets so it is important to know the type of PPM.
Gee, I wish I could just pick up the phone and talk to you, It would be so much easier :D:D:D
I was right in thinking dog 1 wouldnt CERF, I thought as much… Shame...
Interesting about dog 2, but, I understand. This dog would need to be done again, BUT, as it was done at 6 weeksish, and is now nearly 2 yrs, I guess the results could now come back, as clear for PPM, cos they were only very small remnants to begin with ??? They could be long gone now. In my mind it could be a "false positive/clear". Would the examination now, be able to tell where the PPM was, in the 6 weekish examination ???
So many q's, sorry, but, I am really appreciating the time you have given to answering me, Ivoss, thanks...