Further evidence for a central nervous system component in equine laryngeal hemiplegia

Further evidence for a central nervous system component in equine laryngeal hemiplegia
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Abstract

Evidence for a central nervous system component of the distal axonopathy associated with equine laryngeal hemiplegia was found in this survey of 33 horses (control, 15; subclinical, 8; clinical, 10). Significantly higher numbers of axonal spheroids were present in sections of the lateral cuneate nuclei in layngeal hemiplegic horses than in those unaffected by the disease.

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