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Results 11-20 of 14 in Lungs, Airways & Chest
11. Pyothorax in Cats
Pyothorax is an infection of the chest cavity generally caused by bacteria, although less commonly it may be due to other organisms, such as viruses or fungi. This is a serious condition and is often fatal if not treated promptly and aggressively.
12. Rhinitis and Sinusitis in Cats
Rhinitis or sinusitis is an inflammation of the mucosa (lining) of the nasal cavity or sinuses. It is seen in both dogs and cats and there are a variety of causes.
13. Smoke Inhalation in Cats
Smoke inhalation causes direct damage to the upper airways, which include: the nose, sinuses, oropharynx (back of the mouth), trachea (the windpipe), bronchi, and bronchioles (lower airways) and the lung tissue.
14. Soft Palate Disorders in Cats
Soft palate disorders are usually congenital defects of the fleshy tissue at the back of the throat that separates the oral and nasal cavities. The most common disorders are a "cleft" in the palate or an elongation of the palate.

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