Here’s Freddie after his final check up after having both a ventral bulla osteotomy and a total ear canal ablation (TECA) for a chronic middle ear infection as a consequence of having a squamous cell carcinoma affecting the lower external ear canal.

He’s done really well with an excellent cosmetic result and no post-operative complications.

Cat Freddie who underwent ear surgery at Leicester Skin Vet
Cat Freddie who underwent ear surgery at Leicester Skin Vet
Nasopharyngeal Polyps in Cats

Nasopharyngeal Polyps in Cats

Ear disease isn't that common in cats. Apart from infestation with ear mites (otodectes) which in my practice is most commonly seen in newly purchased kittens, otits externa, which is often seen in dogs, is only seen occasionally. Very often , when I am referred a...

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