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Axial Deviation of the Aryepiglottic Folds

Axial deviation of the aryepiglottic folds () has been recognized as a cause of dynamic upper respiratory obstruction in horses since the first use of high-speed treadmill exercise testing to evaluate poor performance. The membranous portions of the aryepiglottic folds, which extend from the abaxial margin of the epiglottis to the corniculate processes at the… Read More »

Selected Acquired Diseases Of The Lips, Cheeks, And Palate

Feline eosinophilic granuloma complex (FEGC) comprises an eosinophilic ulcer, plaque, and a linear granuloma. Oral lesions are usually a linear granuloma or an eosinophilic ulcer; the latter has a predisposition for the maxillary lips (80%). Intraoral lesions appear as one or more discrete, firm, raised nodules. Clinical signs include dysphagia and / or ptyalism. Although… Read More »

Corticosteroids

The anti-inflammatory effects of corticosteroids are based upon their ability to suppress capillary dilatation, vascular exudation, leucocyte migration, and immunosuppression regardless of the causative agent. In chronic conditions they inhibit neovascularisation and fibroblastic activity in the eye. This may be useful in preventing scarring and pigment deposition in the cornea but disadvantageous by retarding healing.… Read More »