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.

Nasal Discharge in a Cat Caused by Fractured Tooth

Nasal Discharge in a Cat Caused by Fractured Tooth

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