The diseases of the oral cavity are the most common pathologies in companion animals and one of the most painful ones, and in most cases, they are under-diagnosed due not only to the presence of subtle clinical signs but also to the lack of knowledge by the clinician in this specific area, since it was, for years, undervalued in academic education. There are numerous local and regional consequences of oral diseases, but also serious systemic effects, resulting from the lack of treatment or insufficient treatment of these diseases. Signs of oral pain include prostration, lack of appetite, difficulty in the grip, and chewing of food, sialorrhea, halitosis, etc. Cases of jaw and maxilla fractures should also be submitted in this area.
The clinical case should be detailed, with as much information as possible, to ensure an effective response by the specialist. When making a submission you should select or fill in the fields for data and general anamnesis, general physical status examination, clinical signs, complementary methods of diagnosis, treatment, and presumptive diagnosis. Throughout the submission process, you have several fields for your observations. In addition, in the various fields, there are places to upload audio files, images, videos, DICOM, PDF, etc.