Endoscopy allows the veterinarian to visually look at the upper airway passages and trachea (ie, wind pipe) of the horse. The endoscopy instrument, placed in the horse's upper
airway, is a small camera or a fiber-optic cable that transfers a live picture from the end of a small tube to an eyepiece or TV screen. This procedure is minimally invasive and offers a
detailed examination of the upper airway.
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