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Parasitic laryngeal papillomatosis in a horse
  1. JG Lane,
  2. VM Lucke and
  3. AI Wright

Abstract

Papillomatous lesions intruding into the laryngeal airway were identified in an imported polo pony during a routine neurological examination for partial quadriplegia. Histological examination established a diagnosis of laryngeal besnoitiosis but it is unlikely that the laryngeal parasitism was associated with the cerebellar neuropathy which was also present.

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