Ultrasound for Arytenoid Chondritis Diagnosis? (AAEP 2012)

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Veterinarians often choose upper airway endoscopy when working to diagnose equine arytenoid chondritis but in some cases a definitive diagnosis lies out of reach. Ultrasonography could offer a valuable adjunct tool for diagnosing this condition.

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