Equine Internal Medicine Q&A 06

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You examine a four-month-old foal with bilateral swelling behind the ramus of the mandible. In the past few weeks a number of the young horses on this large farm have had bilateral purulent nasal discharge, fever and submandibular lymphadenopathy. Only this foal has the large swelling just caudal to the ramus of the mandible.

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