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Abstract

The most common disease process involving the larynx is laryngeal paralysis, which occurs much more frequently in dogs than in cats. Diagnosis of laryngeal paralysis requires close attention to anesthetic plane and coordination of respiratory effort with laryngeal motion. Surgical arytenoid...

Author(s)
MacPhail, C.
Publisher
W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America, Small Animal Practice, 2014, 44, 1, pp 19-31
Abstract

The many different types of tissue in the walls of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses give rise to a wide variety of tumors. The presenting signs, whether relating to upper respiratory tract, neurologic abnormalities, or both, are not specific for sinonasal neoplasia. Differential diagnoses of...

Author(s)
Wilson, D. W.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Tumors in domestic animals, 2017, Ed. 5, pp 467-498
Abstract

Laryngeal paralysis consists of the loss of the capacity of abduction of arytenoid cartilages during inspiration. The etiology may be congenital or acquired, secondary to trauma, neoplasia, polyneuropathy or endocrinopathy. The diagnosis is based on clinical signs and on the examination of the ...

Author(s)
Junqueira, A. M. C.; Britto, F. C.; Rosa, B. K. S.; Cunha, R. F.; Jesus, M.; Stefani, R. Q.; Mello, F. P. S.; Ferreira, M. P.
Publisher
Faculdade de Ciências Agrárias e Veterinárias, Câmpus de Jaboticabal, UNESP, Jaboticabal, Brazil
Citation
Ars Veterinaria, 2018, 34, 2, pp 93-97
Abstract

Laryngeal paralysis is the effect of an inability to abduct the arytenoid cartilages during inspiration, resulting in respiratory signs consistent with partial airway obstruction. The aetiology of the disease can be congenital (hereditary laryngeal paralysis or congenital polyneuropathy), or...

Author(s)
Kitshoff, A. M.; Goethem, B. van; Stegen, L.; Vandekerckhove, P.; Rooster, H. de
Publisher
Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA), Paris, France
Citation
European Journal of Companion Animal Practice, 2015, 25, 4, pp 19-32
Abstract

A 3-year-old, female spayed Australian Shepherd dog was presented to Veterinary Healthcare Associates in Winter Haven, FLwith a history of respiratory stridor, difficulty swallowing, and a change in bark for approximately 3 months. Radiographs revealed a soft tissue mass caudal to the epiglottis....

Author(s)
Dunbar, M. D.; Ginn, P.; Winter, M.; Miller, K. B.; Craft, W.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 2012, 41, 4, pp 590-593
AbstractFull Text

Laryngeal paralysis is the effect of an inability to abduct the arytenoid cartilages during inspiration, resulting in respiratory signs consistent with partial airway obstruction. The aetiology of the disease can be congenital (hereditary laryngeal paralysis or congenital polyneuropathy), or...

Author(s)
Kitshoff, A. M.; Goethem, B. van; Stegen, L.; Vandekerckhove, P.; Rooster, H. de
Publisher
AOSIS OpenJournals, Tygervalley, South Africa
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 2013, 84, 1, pp Art. #909
Abstract

Total laryngectomy and permanent tracheostomy were performed on two Shetland sheepdogs with a squamous cell carcinoma of the larynx as a radical or palliative treatment. The dogs showed clinical improvement without postoperative complications, suggesting that this operative procedure may be a...

Author(s)
Yamashita, M.; Kubo, A.; Nasuno, T.; Nakagawa, F.; Taniyama, H.; Kadosawa, T.
Publisher
Japan Veterinary Medical Association, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 2010, 63, 11, pp 878-881
Abstract

Acquired laryngeal paralysis may be related to trauma, neoplasia, polyneuropathies, or hypothyroidism. However, the idiopathic form is the most common diagnosis. Medical management with sedatives, oxygen supplementation, cold environment, rest and steroids, when needed, can temporarily alleviate...

Author(s)
Murgia, D.
Publisher
Veterinary Business Development Ltd, Peterborough, UK
Citation
Veterinary Times, 2013, 43, 24, pp 16, 18
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Author(s)
Monnet, E.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Small animal soft tissue surgery, 2013, pp 196-197
Abstract

The surgical pathology and PM case records of dogs and cats with laryngeal neoplasms seen between 1974 and 1984 were reviewed. The clinical signs, gross pathology, and histological findings are reported for 24 animals with laryngeal neoplasia (13 dogs and 11 cats). Of the 13 dogs, nine were males...

Author(s)
Saik, J. E.; Toll, S. L.; Diters, R. W.; Goldschmidt, M. H.
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 1986, 22, 3, pp 359-365

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