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nasal

[′nā·zəl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the nose.
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Clear nasal discharge, usually accompanied by sneezing, may be seen in animals with allergies.
There were no significant differences in nasal discharge, nasal obstruction, nasal crusting, and septal perforation.
Despite the improvements, a bloody nasal discharge was consistently observed bilaterally (right greater than left) a few hours after sinus flushes.
There may initially be a profuse, acrid, watery nasal discharge that either resolves or develops into a thick greenish discharge.
Briefly, poults in each group were given a score of 0 when they showed no clinical signs; a score of 1 for unilateral nasal discharge; 2 for bilateral nasal discharge; or 3 for thick, copious, bilateral nasal discharge.
The bug's symptoms in birds include sneezing, coughing, gasping for air, and nasal discharge.
Nasal discharge is a common characteristic of this disease.
She would have continuous nasal discharge and coughing that would not let her nap or sleep well overnight.
Symptoms include coughing, heavy nasal discharge, loss of appetite and fever, although some dogs might have a mild case and have no fever.
The classic sinusitis symptoms are nasal congestion, thick yellow nasal discharge (or thin and clear discharge in mild cases), frontal headache, and possibly fever with a sore throat.
Symptoms (sneezing, nasal discharge, nasal congestion, headache, sore or scratchy throat, hoarseness, muscle aches, and cough) were scored subjectively by the patient and recorded daily in a diary.
In very mild cases there may only be slight nasal discharge, but in more severe cases this can extend to swollen glands, coughing, excessive nasal discharge, raised temperatures, breathing and swallowing difficulties, and abscessed lymph nodes.