University of Florida Vets Treat Horses with Life-Threatening Bleeding from Guttural Pouch

Two horses at risk for life-threatening bleeding caused by an uncommon infection of the internal carotid artery were successfully treated recently by University of Florida veterinarians who used cutting-edge technology to resolve the problem faster and less invasively than traditional surgery would allow.

"The problem both of these horses had involved a disease called guttural pouch

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