Tim R C Greet
Geoff J Lane
Synonym(s): Recurrent laryngeal neuropathy, RLN, Idiopathic left laryngeal hemiplegia, Left recurrent laryngeal nerve paralysis, Roarer, Whistler, ILH
Defects of laryngeal abduction (dilation) are much more easily seen clinically and thus adducter dysfunction often goes unnoticed.
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Anesthesia: general - overview
Cardiovascular: vein - thrombosis
Carotid artery: ligation
Esophagus: surgical approaches
Facial nerve: trauma
Guttural pouch: empyema
Guttural pouch: mycosis
Guttural pouch: tympany
Larynx: arytenoid chondritis
Larynx: epiglottic entrapment
Larynx: slap test
Lung: EIPH (exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage)
Musculoskeletal: exercise response test
Nasal septum: defect
Neurology: Horner's syndrome
Paranasal sinus: cyst
Paranasal sinuses: bacterial sinusitis
Pharynx: 4th branchial arch defects
Pharynx: lymphoid hyperplasia
Pre-purchase examination (UK)
Respiratory: EHV infection
Severe equine asthma
Soft palate: dorsal displacement
Strangles (Streptococcus equi infection)
Temporohyoid joint: osteoarthropathy
Trachea: tracheostomy - permanent
Pharynx larynx and ethmoid turbinates: normal - endoscopy
Respiratory problems in your horse - not a good wheeze!
Whistling and roaring
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Sarcoidosis: skin lesions and wasting disease
Penis: habronemiasis 02
Damaged clipper blade
Closed gloving 03
Closed gloving 02
Closed gloving 01
Open gloving 04
Open gloving 03
Open gloving 02
Open gloving 01
Surgical asepsis and scrubbing
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