Esophageal Problem Hereditary in Friesians?

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Megaesophagus, a chronic dilation of the esophagus in conjunction with a lack of normal tone or strength, appears to occur at an atypically high rate in Friesian horses. The report authors suggested that this might be considered a hereditary problem in the breed.

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