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had been drained, and the swelling resolved. Four months later (2 months prior to hospital admission), the swelling developed again at the same location and gradually increased in size. Mild right-sided nasal and ocular discharge and intermittent

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History A 2-year-old spayed female domestic longhair cat was examined because of chronic nasal discharge from the left nostril. The cat had a lifelong history of upper respiratory tract infections, which were unresponsive to antimicrobial

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History A 7-year-old spayed female domestic shorthair cat with a history of nasal lymphoma was evaluated for acute respiratory distress. Approximately 2 years prior, a mass was resected from the nasal cavity and histologic findings were

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. A single, tract-like lesion is seen from the left nasal cavity extending caudally through the cribriform plate, left olfactory bulb, left frontal lobe, ventral temporal lobe, and left occipital lobe ( Figure 2 ). The lesion involves the caudate

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-week-old female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with a cough and mucopurulent ocular discharge of 1 month's duration. Physical examination revealed a serous nasal discharge with a productive cough. Thoracic auscultation revealed crackles and

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History A 2-year-old Standardbred colt was evaluated for bilateral nasal discharge of several months' duration. The trainer had been treating the horse with penicillin but then decided to have the colt evaluated by a veterinarian because of

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History A 1-year-old castrated male domestic longhair cat was admitted for evaluation because of pronounced stertorous nasal breathing. The cat had an 8-month history of an increasing incidence of intermittent vomiting and regurgitation. Eight

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reported an audible cracking noise when opening the horse's mouth with a McPherson full-mouth speculum during a routine oral examination. The horse had a history of chronic right-sided nasal discharge and intermittent swelling over the left rostral

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, exercise intolerance, dyspnea, and nasal discharge. 1,2 In cases of EBP, tissue eosinophilia is identifed in cytologic preparations of brochoalveolar lavage fluid. 1 In the dog of this report, a sputum sample was highly cellular, containing many

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History A 12-year-old castrated male Quarter Horse was examined because of a puncture wound over the left maxillary sinus ventral to the facial crest. Left nasal epistaxis was noticed the morning of the examination. Physical and oral

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