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Nasal cavity infections (most common)
Longterm nasal discharge consisting of clear fluid, blood, mucus, and/or pus
Firm swelling under the skin and over the bridge of the nose
Polyp-like mass(es) in the nostril
Skin lesions (common)
Raised bumps or nodules that may be firm or soft
Larger lesions that tend to ulcerate, leaving a raw surface
Changes in temperament
Dilated unresponsive pupils
Blindness due to retinal detachment
Inflammation of the tissues of the eye