Balloon dilatation of nasopharyngeal stenosis in a cat

Boswood A, Lamb CR, Brockman DJ, et al. 

Vet Radiol Ultrasound 2003;44:53-55.

A cat was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal stenosis on the basis of clinical signs, survey and contrast radiography, endoscopy and magnetic resonance imaging. The condition was successfully managed with repeated balloon dilatation.