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Infraorbital Abcess in a Parrot

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Published on Oct 30, 2008

Some times a foreign particle (we call it foreign body) can go from the mouth to the infraorbital sinus and cause irritation, inflammation and infection. Pus in birds is different than mammals, has consistency making drainage impossible to happen. The site must be open, cleaned and flushed.

If you have any questions regarding the health of your pet consult your veterinarian.

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