Prof Derek Knottenbelt
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Guttural pouch: empyema
Heart: sinus block
Lung: EIPH (exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage)
Lung: pleuropneumonia - bacterial (pleuritis)
Lung: pneumonia - interstitial (foals)
Nasolacrimal duct: obstruction - acquired
Nose: nasal discharge
Orbit: retrobulbar abscess
Paranasal sinus: bone flap technique
Paranasal sinus: drainage ostia - enlargement
Paranasal sinus: lavage
Paranasal sinus: percutaneous centesis
Paranasal sinus: sinuscopy
Pharynx: foreign body
Respiratory: radiography - upper respiratory tract
Rhodococcus equi infection
Skin: neoplasia - melanoma
Skin: neoplasia - squamous cell carcinoma
Soft palate: dorsal displacement
Strangles (Streptococcus equi infection)
Trachea: tracheal wash
Trachea: tracheostomy - permanent
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Local anesthesia: intratesticular
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