Cavernous sinus syndrome due to osteochondromatosis in a cat.

  title={Cavernous sinus syndrome due to osteochondromatosis in a cat.},
  author={Anna Perazzi and Marco Bernardini and M T Mandara and Giulia Maria De Benedictis and Francesca de Strobel and Alessandro Zotti},
  journal={Journal of feline medicine and surgery},
  volume={15 12},
A 1-year-old sexually intact male Korat cat was referred for ophthalmological consultation due to anisocoria. Mydriasis with external ophthalmoplegia and absence of pupillary light responses in the right eye and nasofacial hypalgesia were seen. Cavernous sinus syndrome (CSS) was suspected. Bilateral deformities of the jaw and phalangeal bones, severe spinal pain and abnormal conformation of the lumbar spine were also present. Radiographic examination revealed several mineralised masses in the… CONTINUE READING
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