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Epiglottitis was diagnosed and treated in 20 horses (13 Thoroughbreds and 7 Standardbreds) over a 5-year period. 18 horses were used for racing and 2 Standardbreds were broodmares. Primary clinical signs were exercise intolerance, respiratory noise, and coughing. The most common endoscopic...

Hawkins, J. F.; Tulleners, E. P.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1994, 205, 11, pp 1577-1580