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History A 19-year-old 509-kg American Quarter Horse mare was referred for a 2-week history of bilateral nasal discharge, respiratory noise, and decreased feed intake. The referring veterinarian performed an upper airway endoscopy, which

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History A 12-month-old 98-kg (215-lb) Hampshire Down ram was evaluated at the Oklahoma State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital because of a 3-month history of progressively increasing, clear nasal discharge and a 1-week history of left

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CBC and clotting profile were within the respective reference ranges. No abnormalities were detected on thoracic radiography. Computed tomography (CT) of the nasal passages was performed; precontrast and postcontrast images were obtained ( Figure 1

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History and Physical Examination A 2-year-old sexually intact male Labrador Retriever weighing 34.6 kg (76.12 lb) was evaluated because of unilateral right-sided nasal discharge of approximately 3 days' duration. Head trauma as a result of a

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History A 4-year-old 4.1-kg (9-lb) neutered male domestic shorthair cat was evaluated for noisy breathing and nasal discharge from the left naris of 1 month's duration that began after an episode of vomiting. After the episode, the cat had

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History A 3-year-old Boer goat doe was evaluated at the University of Georgia Large Animal Teaching Hospital because of chronic, progressive inspiratory dyspnea and bilateral nasal discharge. The goat had developed a thick, seromucoid

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History A 5-year-old 6.1-kg (13.4-lb) castrated male Pekingese was referred to our veterinary teaching hospital because of a 1.5-month history of intermittent nasal discharge. The owner reported that the discharge was initially seen from the

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nasal planum. On oral exam, moderate, regional periodontal inflammation with moderate to severe dental calculus was identified along the left maxillary arcade, and the upper third premolar (207) was notably loose. There was also a focal, firm swelling

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History A 10-year-old Hanoverian gelding was evaluated for chronic bilateral nasal discharge of unknown duration. Two months before evaluation, an infection in the right auditory tube diverticulum was diagnosed by the referring veterinarian

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History A 10-year-old 5.5-kg (12.1-lb) castrated male Maine Coon cat was referred for evaluation of chronic nasal discharge and facial swelling. The cat was first evaluated 3 months previously for mild right-sided facial swelling, bilateral

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