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primary differential with concurrent infection or neoplasia possible as well as conditions like a hamartoma. Treatment and Outcome A dorsal rhinotomy and frontal sinusotomy with turbinectomy and nasal cavity debridement using a standard technique

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treated with antimicrobials, prednisolone, and antihistamines. A rhinotomy was performed 3 months prior to the initial evaluation. During that procedure, 2 nasal polyps were detected and histologic examination of tissue specimens revealed lymphoplasmacytic

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can be seen in the right nasal passage, along with apparent destruction of the nasal septum. Eight months after the mass was removed by means of lateral rhinotomy and coblation, images viewed in soft tissue (C) and bone (D) windows did not show any

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the mass lesion into the olfactory region of the brain, topical treatment with clotrimazole was not recommended owing to potential adverse neurologic effects. Instead, oral terbinafine treatment and surgical debridement via rhinotomy were recommended

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with permission. Treatment options discussed with the owner included surgical debridement (ventral rhinotomy) with covered nasopharyngeal stent placement, balloon dilation of the region affected by membranous NPS, 1 , 2 permanent

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heart base mass excisions, are also associated with a risk for life-threatening hemorrhage. 10–13 Additionally, extra-abdominal or extrathoracic surgeries known for increased risk of hemorrhage include neoplastic thyroidectomy, rhinotomy, and perineal

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member of the Aspergillus fumigatus species complex. The dog was discharged from the hospital, and the owner was instructed to administer voriconazole c (3.3 mg/kg, PO, q 12 h). The dog underwent right-sided rhinotomy and sinusotomy 15 days later to

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with septic peritonitis. See page 422 Ventricular pneumocephalus, cervical subarachnoid pneumorrhachis, and meningoencephalitis in a dog following rhinotomy for chronic fungal rhinitis A 5-year-old Labrador Retriever was evaluated for

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of histologic examination of nasal biopsy specimens obtained during rhinoscopy or rhinotomy. Dogs were excluded from the study if results of MRI or histologic examination were not available, rhinoscopy had been performed prior to MRI, or nasal disease

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-threatening complication in human and veterinary neurosurgery. 1 In veterinary medicine, tension pneumocephalus has been described in patients that have undergone cranial surgery or rhinotomy as well as after head trauma. 1–5 Potential sites of gas accumulation within

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