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Serum copper concentration in the affected goat was lower (2.0pmol [L.sup.-1]) than those reported for goats with copper deficiency which ranges from 3 to 9 [micro]mol [L.sup.-1], and matches with the previously cases reported by our team of laryngeal paralysis in copper-deficient goats, which was 1.36 [+ or -] 0.39 [micro]mol [L.sup.-1] (SOUSA et al., 2017).
A significant elevation in VZV antibody titers is observed in some of the patients diagnosed as idiopathic associated laryngeal paralysis [3].
Laryngeal paralysis can be diagnosed by viewing the area with the dog sedated and the mouth wide open.
We have joined up with a couple of universities to use our genetic database, one university looking at wobbler syndrome and another looking into laryngeal paralysis.
A determination of laryngeal paralysis requires both laryngoscopic visualization and electromyography.
New chapters in this second edition cover laryngeal dysfunction in sleep, evaluation and surgical procedures for laryngeal paralysis and paresis, vocal fold augmentation and injectable fillers, medialization, arytenoids adduction and re-innervation, and management of swallowing disorders and aspiration.
When dogs have laryngeal paralysis, the left side of the larynx is unable to move so depending on what is happening (breathing or swallowing), the larynx is either half open or half closed.