Researchers stressed the importance of postoperative diet, hygiene, and medications for a successful outcome.
Photo by Courtesy Dr. Hadi Naddaf
The standing procedure involves temporarily inserting tubing from the horse's tear duct into the sinus cavity.
Photo by Courtesy Dr. Palle Brink
Injecting bone marrow aspirate into core SDFT lesions yielded good results for returning racehorses to competition.
Photo by Anne M. Eberhardt/The Horse
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