Nasal Cancer is a disease that affects the nasal cavity, frontal sinuses, and the paranasal sinuses of cats. Usually, it starts in the nasal cavity and metastasizes to the frontal and paranasal sinuses.
Nasal tumors do not spread to other parts of the body. In other words, they are locally invasive. Most other types of cancer, conversely, usually start in a particular part of the body and spread to several other parts.
The symptoms of nasal tumors are not similar to the symptoms of any other disease. This is not the case with most other types of cancer as their symptoms are usually similar to the symptoms of some of the common disorders that affect cats.
Treatments for cat nasal cancer include chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. Surgery is usually ruled out if the tumors are located deep inside the nasal cavity.
Paranasal sinus has various triggers but the polyps and small blood vessels growth which result due to the sinus can be a threatening symptom.
Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinus Cancer are most commonly found in people between the ages of 45 and 85.
where high-energy radiation is used to kill the cancerous cells, shrink a tumour before surgery, or destroy small pieces of a tumour that may be left after surgery
It is a subspecialty of ENT that deals with diseases of the nose and the sinuses including Rhinosinusitis (nose and sinus allergy), nasal obstruction, nasal polyps and nose bleeds. It also involves treating diseases close to the nose such as prominent eyes in thyroid disease, and watery eyes caused by blocked tear ducts in addition to excision of tumours in this area.
Cancer of the lymph nodes, also known as lymphoma, will effect more men than women.The most common symptom or sign that cancer has spread to the nodes is that one or more of them are enlarged.