These programs designed to strengthen airway muscles might help affected horses avoid surgery.
This technology has helped veterinarians diagnose upper airway dysfunction during exercise.
Diagnostic imaging technology has improved tremendously in the past few decades, with several effective options to choose from. Learn about the machines and technologies your veterinarian can use to look inside your horse, including MRI, CT, PET scans, and more.
While physicians have used capsule endoscopy in humans for more than a decade, it’s only recently become commercially available on the veterinary market for dogs and shows promise for use in horses.
Are breathing issues slowing your horse down? Here are some surgical and management options that might help.
Find out what conditions, beyond lameness, a veterinarian might uncover during a prepurchase exam.
Both endoscopic techniques provide invaluable information and, in most cases, should be used together, one practitioner says.
This approach involves inserting a video endoscope into the epidural space to visualize potentially painful lesions.
Equine Veterinarians Australia takes a look at what goes on behind the scenes with racehorse practitioners.
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