Equine Motor Neuron Disease: What We Know

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Horses with equine motor neuron disease (EMND) generally appear thin due to a loss in muscle mass. These horses often stand in a "camped under" stance, hold their heads in a relatively horizontal position, and have an elevated tail carriage.

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