Surgery for Triple-Level Spinal Cord Compression

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Spinal cord compression in the neck, more technically known as cervical vertebral stenotic myelopathy or CVSM, can cause notable incoordination and affects about 2% of racing Thoroughbreds. Probably the most well-known horse affected by CVSM was Thoroughbred champion racehorse and sire Seattle Slew, whose successful surgeries were well-publicized. But Slew had only two affected joints in his

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