Roarers and soft palate issues explained by Dr Lara Tweedie
Dr Lara Tweedie in the first of her online education series will show some videos of the two most common conditions that affect the upper respiratory tract of the equine athlete.
The first condition examined is that of left laryngeal hemiplegia otherwise known as roaring:
The second condition she looks at is dorsal displacement of the soft palate:
If you think your horse is suffering from an undiagnosed upper respiratory tract condition, please feel free to contact our office on 03 5977 5250 to discuss your horse.
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