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Performance Equine Veterinary Service provides endoscopy procedures to equine patients in our practice and on the farm.
Endoscopy involves using a small camera on the end of a flexible tube, called an endoscope, to take images of the body as it is passed along the desired system or passageway (i.e. esophagus, airway, rectum, uterus, etc.). Upper and lower airway endoscopy involves examining the airways (larynx, trachea) and pharyngeal regions, including the guttural pouches.
Some of the problems that can be diagnosed with endoscopy are:
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