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The objective of this study was to determine whether the assessment of cytological features of secretions from the paranasal sinuses represents a useful diagnostic tool in equine sinusitis to distinguish between different etiologies. Secretion samples from 50 horses with sinusitis and 10 healthy ...

Author(s)
Gergeleit, H.; Bienert-Zeit, A.; Seemann-Jensen, A.; Delarocque, J.; Ohnesorge, B.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2019, 78, pp 60-68
Abstract

The paranasal sinus system of horses is complex, comprising six pairs of sinuses. Disease processes that can develop in the sinuses include ethmoid hematomas, cysts, neoplasia, and bacterial and fungal infections. Horses that develop paranasal sinus disease vary widely in age. A significant number...

Author(s)
Waguespack, R. W.; Taintor, J.
Publisher
Veterinary Learning Systems, Yardley, USA
Citation
Compendium Continuing Education for Veterinarians, 2011, 33, 2, pp unpaginated
Abstract

Background: Paranasal sinus cysts (PSC) are a common cause of equine secondary sinusitis. The outcome and associated complications have not been frequently reported. Objectives: To review the associated clinical signs, associated morbidities and outcomes of horses treated for PSC. Study Design:...

Author(s)
Fenner, M. F.; Verwilghen, D.; Townsend, N.; Simhofer, H.; Schwarzer, J.; Zani, D. D.; Bienert-Zeit, A.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2019, 51, 1, pp 57-63
Abstract

Diseases of paranasal sinuses and nasal passages in horses can be a diagnostic challenge because of the complex anatomy of the head and limitations of many diagnostic modalities. Our hypothesis was that magnetic resonance (MR) imaging would provide excellent anatomical detail and soft tissue...

Author(s)
Tessier, C.; Brühschwein, A.; Lang, J.; Konar, M.; Wilke, M.; Brehm, W.; Kircher, P.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound, 2013, 54, 1, pp 54-60
Abstract

Objective - To evaluate the use of sinoscopy for detection and treatment of ventral conchal sinus (VCS) and/or rostral maxillary sinus (RMS) disease in horses. Study Design - Case series. Animals - Horses (n=60) with suspected paranasal sinus disease. Methods - Horses were evaluated by sinoscopy...

Author(s)
Perkins, J. D.; Windley, Z.; Dixon, P. M.; Smith, M.; Barakzai, S. Z.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 2009, 38, 5, pp 613-619
Abstract

Cystic lesions are not very common in the horse. When occurring in the equine skull, they are mainly located in the paranasal sinuses, but occasionally lesions in the maxillary bone and mandible have been reported. The expansive character of these cystic lesions necessitates surgical treatment. The ...

Author(s)
Delft, T. V. A. F. van; Pollaris, E.; Gielen, I.; Vanderperren, K.; Tuerlinckx, L.; Vlaminck, L.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2018, 30, 11, pp 583-590
Abstract

Reasons for performing study: Results of surgical treatment of sinonasal disease in horses have been reported previously; however, this paper describes the outcome of horses in which a specific post operative treatment protocol was used. Objectives: The objectives of the study were to determine:...

Author(s)
Hart, S. K.; Sullins, K. E.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2011, 43, 1, pp 24-29
Abstract

Objective: To report meningoencephalitis as a complication after paranasal sinus surgery in 5 horses. Study Design: Case series. Animals: Adult horses (n=5). Methods: Medical records (2005-2010) of 5 horses that developed neurologic signs after sinus surgery were reviewed to identify potential risk ...

Author(s)
Bach, F. S.; Bodo, G.; Kuemmerle, J. M.; Bienert-Zeit, A.; Hainisch, E. K.; Simhofer, H.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 2014, 43, 6, pp 697-703
Abstract

Reasons for performing study: There is limited objective information available on the treatment and the long-term response to treatment of the different types of equine sinus disease. Objectives: To document the treatments and long-term response to these treatments in 200 cases of equine sinus...

Author(s)
Dixon, P. M.; Parkin, T. D.; Collins, N.; Hawkes, C.; Townsend, N.; Tremaine, W. H.; Fisher, G.; Ealey, R.; Barakzai, S. Z.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2012, 44, 3, pp 272-276
Abstract

Surgery of the paranasal sinuses of horses is usually performed through an osteoplastic, frontonasal flap with the horse anesthetized and in lateral recumbency, but the risks of general anesthesia can be eliminated and expense reduced by performing surgery of the sinuses with the horse standing....

Author(s)
Schumacher, J.; Perkins, J.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Clinical Techniques in Equine Practice, 2005, 4, 2, pp 188-194

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