A long-term study of 277 cases of equine sinonasal disease. Part 2: treatments and results of treatments.

@article{Tremaine2001ALS,
  title={A long-term study of 277 cases of equine sinonasal disease. Part 2: treatments and results of treatments.},
  author={W. Henry Tremaine and P M Dixon},
  journal={Equine veterinary journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={
          283-9
        }
}
The treatments of 277 horses with equine sinonasal disease (1984-1996), described by Tremaine and Dixon (2001), are reported here. Long-term (median duration 24 months) outcomes of treatment of the more common disorders were good, with 92% of horses with sinonasal mycosis, 84% with primary sinusitis, 82% with sinus cysts, 78% with dental sinusitis and 75% with sinonasal trauma reported to have complete remission of clinical signs. However, only 33% of horses with progressive ethmoidal haematoma… CONTINUE READING
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