Through and through

Latham, Patty
June 2012
Equus;Jun2012, Issue 417, p27
Case Study
The article describes the case of a 12-year old Welsh Mountain pony mare that developed a foul smelling white nasal discharge coming from her left nostril, stridor and weepy eyes. The pony underwent physical, radiographic, endoscopic and oral examination. Veterianarians performed a surgery to remove the horse's tooth with infindular cavities. Pain and surgical complications were addressed by the veterinarians.


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