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Clinical and radiographic investigations of paranasal sinuses in horses are difficult due to the complex anatomy of these regions, the lack of patognomonic symptoms, and the low sensitivity of conventional diagnostic techniques. The aim of this study was to produce an anatomical atlas to support...

Zani, D. de; Borgonovo, S.; Biggi, M.; Vignati, S.; Scandella, M.; Lazzaretti, S.; Modina, S.; Zani, D.
Springer, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Veterinary Research Communications, 2010, 34, Supplement 1, pp S13-S16

Most horses which present with a unilateral nasal discharge will have a disorder of the paranasal sinuses. The history and results of a physical clinical examination are often insufficient for providing a definitive diagnosis of the cause of sinusitis and further evaluation is therefore necessary....

Chan, C.; Munroe, G.
In Practice, 1995, 17, 9, pp 419-422