Diagnosis of Upper Airway Disorders at Rest Alone Is Unreliable

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United Kingdom researchers recently reported that endoscopic examinations of upper airway obstructions in horses at rest and without the use of a treadmill can be unreliable and should not be used alone to diagnose conditions and determine treatment.

Often, endoscopic exams are major factors in the decision to purchase a horse or if a surgical procedure is necessary. However,

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