THE use of rhinoscopy to diagnose the causes of nasal discharge in dogs has been discussed in two recent articles (Harcourt‐Brown 2006a,b). Cats may also present with chronic nasal discharge, which may be unilateral or bilateral. There are similarities between dogs and cats with this problem but there are also differences, as discussed in this article. Despite the smaller size of cats compared with most dogs, it is still possible to make a diagnosis in the majority of cases presenting with chronic nasal disease using a rigid endoscope; flexible endoscopes are usually too large to be useful.
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