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aspect of the left zygomatic arch and extends into the left orbit, the lateral portion of the left nasal passage, and the left infraorbital canal is apparent ( Figure 2 ). Compression and dorsolateral displacement of the left globe, with possible early

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

administered by nasal insufflation, and after approximately 10 minutes, results of pulse oximetry indicated that the dog's oxygen saturation of hemoglobin was 94% (reference range, 96% to 98%). Results of hematologic and serum biochemical analyses indicated

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nasopharynx by an inflammatory polyp, such as respiratory stertor or stridor, sneezing, nasal discharge, dyspnea, dysphagia, or voice change, 2,3 were identified at the first evaluation. Radiography, although readily available in practice, is less sensitive

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response and absent nasal sensation on the left side. Thus, neuroanatomic localization of an underlying lesion was the right prosencephalon, and the main differential diagnosis list included neoplasia, inflammation, infection, and, less likely, metabolic

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genus of encapsulated yeast with worldwide distribution. 1 Dogs are more likely to develop systemic dissemination of infection, whereas cats more commonly develop localized nasal or cutaneous disease. 2 Cryptococcosis is the most common systemic

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excised because of their significant nasal and periocular involvement. 5 Favorable prognostic indicators of these tumors are rostral location, small diameter, and histologically complete resection. 4 Radiation or chemotherapeutic adjunctive therapies

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