Search results

7 items matching your search terms.
Filter the results.
Item type

New items since

Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
Image Rabbit with an abscess
A rabbit with mandibular abscess
Located in Media / Images / Abscesses
Image Maxillary abscess
This abscess involves the zygomatic prominence of the maxilla. It originated from the second upper cheek tooth.
Located in Media / Images / Abscesses
Image OTH template Dental spur causing an abscess
This rabbit had an abscess on his right cheek that was caused by a spike on the lower 4th cheek tooth penetrating the oral mucosa. Amazingly, the rabbit was eating but on the left side only. The slanted wear on the incisors indicates this. The rabbit responded well to having the tooth trimmed and all the pus removed from the abscess plus a course of injectable penicillin and streptomycin.
Located in Media / Images / Abscesses
Image Retrobulbar abscess
This rabbit had an abscess affecting the apices of the caudal maxillary cheek teeth. The eye is being pushed out of the socket by the abscess. Only one eye is affected, and it is still salvageable. The next step is radiography and/or CT scanning. Examining the teeth under anaesthetic is important both prior to and during surgery. This case responded well to abscess surgery without enucleating the eye.
Located in Media / Images / Abscesses
Image Abdominal abscess
Abdominal abscesses can develop in some rabbits. They can become large and adherent to the neighbouring structures such as intestines. They can be difficult or impossible to remove without bursting them. Many are inoperable.
Located in Media / Images / Abscesses
Image Mandibular abscess
The image shows a rabbit lying on its back. It is anaesthetised. The endotracheal tube can be seen in its mouth. There is an abscess inder the jaw. This is a common site for an abscess involving the mandibular cheek teeth. It is usually the apices of the first to third lower cheek teeth tht are infected.
Located in Media / Images / Abscesses
Image JPEG image Pus from a retrobulbar abscess
This image shows the left upper arcade of cheek teeth in the mouth of a rabbit with a retrobulbar abscess affecting the left eye. When the picture was taken, pressure was applied to the globe, which pushed pus out of the abscess into the mouth alongside the infected tooth. Applying pressure to the globe at the same time as examining the oral cavity is helpful in the investigation of retrobulbar abscesses. The site that the pus is coming from helps to identify where the infection originates, and which teeth are affected. In this rabbit, there is also a spur on a lower cheek tooth that was damaging the tongue. The crowns of the lower cheek teeth are not long, but they are very curved, which has led to the development of a spur.
Located in Media / Images / Abscesses