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Nasal discharge

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Nasal discharge

Discharges from the nose can be clear fluid, mucus, pus, blood or a mixture of substances. The discharge can originate from the nasal area or from deeper in the respiratory tract, eg the lungs. There are several causes of nasal discharge, not all of them are infections. The prognosis varies depending on the cause the extent of disease when treatment is sought.

What does nasal discharge look like?

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What are the common causes in rabbits?

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What tests will my vet use to investigate nasal discharge?

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What treatments might be necessary?

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What is the prognosis?

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