Nasal Discharge in a Cat Caused by Fractured Tooth

This dsh cat had a chronic nasal discharge.  Oral exam demonstrated a fractured right maxillary canine tooth (tooth 104).  Radiographs show a large pulp cavity and a diffuse periapical lucency extending from the distal portion of the tooth apex.  Extraction was curative.

Chronic Nasal Discharge in Cat Caused by Fractured Tooth

Chronic Nasal Discharge in Cat Caused by Fractured Tooth

Chronic Nasal Discharge in Cat Caused by Fractured Tooth

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