Management of Canine Nasal Aspergillosis
M. K. Srivastava Ashish Srivastava Barkha Sharma
Vol 2(2), 276-278
Destructive rhinitis and sinusitis caused by Aspergillus spp. is of greatest clinical significance in the dog. Profuse serous to mucopurulent nasal discharge, nasal pain, epistaxis, ulceration, hyperkeratosis and discoloration of external nares are reported clinical signs in dogs suffering from nasal aspergillosis (Sharp, 1989). Present report documents the cure of nasal aspergillosis with combination therapy by using topical (clotrimazole) and systemic (itraconazole) antifungal therapy.
Keywords : Canine Nasal Aspergillosis
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