Upper Respiratory Conditions in the horse can be a frustrating condition to understand without seeing and understanding the anatomy of the upper respiratory tract. In these 2 videos Dr Lara Tweedie, explains Laryngeal Hemiplegia (roaring) and Dorsal Displacement of the soft palate.
In the first video Dr Lara Tweedie explains the condition called Laryngeal Hemiplegia, also known as roaring.
In this second video Dr Lara Tweedie explains the condition referred to as Dorsal Displacement of the Soft Palate.
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