Here is Dottie's good eye. Notice the area in front of eye. Here is her bad eye. Notice the difference between the area in front of this eye and the previous. Here is the same eye, on 8-31. Now here's the 'kicker' photo. Check out that swell! Treatment thus far: Terramycin eye ointment 1X or 2X a day for past 7-10 days, +/-. Gen Observations: She is a good forager and drinker, quite active--tho has slowed a bit maybe in last week or so. She has had this for about 7 weeks, with no appreciable deterioration of condition. Her 3 coopmates have no similar symptoms, in spite of being with her. Sometimes the eye has no bubbles, sometimes it is pretty frothy. It varies. There is no odor to the exudate from her eye whatsoever. The swollen area is soft and puffy, not hard or anything. It appears to be right where the sinus is. LOOK AT DAMEROW'S 'CHX. HEALTH HANDBOOK'. HER LOCATION OF THE SINUS SEEMS TO BE THIS VERY SPOT. My whole flock has sneezed since I got them as chicks almost 5 months ago. Now don't call this a sign of disease. Since no one has been sluggish, snot-nosed or run down at all. Further treatment: But because of the sneeze, Dottie and the whole flock have had about two weeks of Oxine vapor treatment. No effect. So what do you think about this eye? You'd think that her coopmates by now would be showing similar symptoms if it were a resp. disease. I am confused. I didn't quarantine her at first because I wasn't sure it was an emergency. and were it not for the swelling, I don't think i'd be very concerned even now......... Help?