Epiglottic Abnormalities in Nonracehorses: A Review

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When a riding horse develops a cough or a runny nose, or when he begins having trouble making it through a workout, owners often seek a cause and a cure. New research indicates that such clinical signs could be linked to epiglottic abnormalities.

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