Synonym(s): Choking down, DDSP
Excessively long soft palate is no longer considered to be a contributing cause.
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Anesthesia: recovery - overview
Anesthesia: standing chemical restraint
Epiglottis: cyst - subepiglottic
Epiglottis: entrapment - repair
Epiglottis: persistent frenulum
Guttural pouch: empyema
Guttural pouch: mycosis
Heart: disease - overview
Larynx: epiglottic entrapment
Laser surgery: overview
Lung: bronchoalveolar lavage
Lung: EIPH (exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage)
Nasal septum: defect
Pharynx: cyst - resection
Pharynx: foreign body
Respiratory: radiography - upper respiratory tract
Severe equine asthma
Soft palate: palatoplasty
Soft palate: sternothyrohyoid / omohyoid - myectomy
Soft palate: sternothyroid myotomy and staphylectomy
Soft palate: trimming
Trachea: foreign body
Trachea: tracheostomy - permanent
Trachea: transtracheal aspiration / washing
Shock - how to recognise the signs
Reproduction: breeding assessment examination - stallion
Local anesthesia: intratesticular
Stress in Guinea Pigs
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