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Journal February 2011 (Vol 33, No 2)

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Paranasal Sinus Disease in Horses, February 2011 by R. Wayne Waguespack , DVM, MS, DACVS, Jennifer Taintor , DVM, MS

1. Which teeth are associated with the maxillary sinuses?
2. The ventral conchal sinus communicates with the
3. Which bacterial species are often implicated in primary sinusitis?
4. Which condition should be suspected if primary sinusitis fails to resolve?
5. The most common cause of secondary sinusitis is
6. The most consistent radiographic sign of secondary sinusitis due to dental disease is
7. The most predominant clinical sign of ethmoid hematoma is
8. Etiologic factors associated with sinus cysts include
9. The most common neoplasia of the sinuses is
10. A ____________ sp has been associated with fungal granulomas of the sinuses.
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