Bronchial abnormalities found in a consecutive series of 40 brachycephalic dogs.

@article{Lorenzi2009BronchialAF,
  title={Bronchial abnormalities found in a consecutive series of 40 brachycephalic dogs.},
  author={Davide De Lorenzi and Diana Bertoncello and Michele Drigo},
  journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association},
  year={2009},
  volume={235 7},
  pages={835-40}
}
OBJECTIVE To detect abnormalities of the lower respiratory tract (trachea, principal bronchi, and lobar bronchi) in brachycephalic dogs by use of endoscopy, evaluate the correlation between laryngeal collapse and bronchial abnormalities, and determine whether dogs with bronchial abnormalities have a less favorable postsurgical long-term outcome following correction of brachycephalic syndrome. DESIGN Prospective case series study. ANIMALS 40 client-owned brachycephalic dogs with stertorous… CONTINUE READING

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