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Equine botulism

Equine botulism

Clinical Techniques in Equine Practice 5(1): 37-42

Equine botulism is clinically defined as a gradually progressive myasthenia characterized initially by mild dysphagia, decreased tongue muscle tone and strength, mild mydriasis, and decreased tail tone leading to recumbency. The rate of progression of clinical signs of botulism is toxin dose-dependent.

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