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Wednesday 26th of November 2014



Head Tilting

Below you will find groups of cat symptoms that include Head Tilting.
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Cryptococcosis

Possible Symptoms Of Cryptococcosis

Bloody Nasal Discharge
Confusion
Coughing
Head Tilting
Nasal Discharge
Pink Colored Polyps Protruding Form The Nose
Poor Coordination
Sneezing
Sniffling
Swelling Over The Bridge Of The Nose
Walking In Circles
Weight Loss

View Information - - cryptococcosis


Idiopathic Vestibular Syndrome

Possible Symptoms Of Idiopathic Vestibular Syndrome

Difficulty Balancing
Dizziness
Falling Or Turning To One Side
Falling To The Ground
Head Tilting
Jerking Eye Movement
Keeps Low To The Ground

View Information - - idiopathic vestibular syndrome


Meningitis

Possible Symptoms Of Meningitis

Aggressiveness When Touched
Appetite Loss
Back Spasms
Blindness
Confusion
Extremely Sensitive To The Touch
Fever
Head Tilting
Pain When Touched
Seizures
Stiff Gait
Stiff Neck

View Information - - meningitis


Nasopharyngeal Polyps

Possible Symptoms Of Nasopharyngeal Polyps

Breathing Difficulty
Difficulty Balancing
Ear Discharge
Ear Infections
Head Tilting
Odor From The Ear
Snoring
Unsteady Gait
Walking Low To The Ground

View Information - - nasopharyngeal polyps


Nystagmus

Possible Symptoms Of Nystagmus

Dizziness
Falling Or Turning To One Side
Head Tilting
Jerking Eye Movement
Uncoordinated Eye Movement
Unsteady Gait

View Information - - nystagmus


Otitis Externa-bacterial

Possible Symptoms Of Otitis Externa-bacterial

Ear Tender To Touch
Head Shaking
Head Tilting
Increased Amounts Of Ear Wax
Odor From The Ear
Persistent Ear Scratching
Pus-like Discharge From Ear

View Information - - otitis externa-bacterial


Strabismus

Possible Symptoms Of Strabismus

Differences In Pupil Size
Head Tilting
One Eye May Not Move Properly
One Or Both Eyes Are Pointed In An Abnormal Direction

View Information - - strabismus




Remember, this information is for reference only. Always contact your vet or pet profesional for advice.


 






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