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  • ISSN: 2041-2487
  • E-ISSN: 2041-2495
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Abstract

Francesca-Alsworth.gif Emi-Barker.gif  and of Langford Vets in Bristol take a closer look at feline laryngeal disease which can be a significant cause of respiratory distress in the cat.

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2023-04-01
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VIDEO 1: Feline larynx under a light plane of anaesthesia

There is normal movement on both sides during the respiratory cycle (phase as indicated by the clinician saying ‘in’).

VIDEO 2: Feline larynx (case example A) under a light plane of anaesthesia.

There is no movement of the left side during the respiratory cycle. On the right, the arytenoid cartilage is seen to be abducted during inspiration (as indicated by the clinician saying ‘in’).

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  • Published online : 01 Apr 2023
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