A kannaporckollapszus jelentosege és annak lehetséges okai lovakban Irodalmi összefoglalo

Translated title of the contribution: Significance and possible aetiologies of arytenoid cartilage collapse in horses

Joó Kinga, Németh Gergo, Bohák Zsófia, Tóth Luca Anna, O. Szenci, Kutasi Orsolya

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Background: Dynamic upper respiratory tract (URT) obstruction is a common cause of abnormal airway noise and exercise intolerance in equine athletes. Although, resting endoscopy can predict some functional changes and provide information for understanding the causes of certain diseases, several previous studies have documented that the URT functional disorders are underestimated or cannot be diagnosed during resting endoscopic examination. To establish a definitive diagnosis of URT obstruction, exercising videoendoscopy is regarded as the "gold standard" method. Any factors that increase negative pressure in the URT, for example poll flexion, increased pressure in the lower respiratory tract or multiple obstructions, or constitutional changes, can markedly influence the mechanics of the URT. Objectives: The authors describe the possible aetiologies and the relevance of arytenoid cartilage collapse (ACC), which is the most common upper respiratory functional disease. Results and Discussion: Although the most common cause of ACC is recur rent laryngeal neuropathy (RLN), other aetiologies (laryngeal dysplasia, dynamic laryngeal collapse, laryngeal chondropathy, ventromedial luxation of the aryte noid cartilage) may also appear. Assuming RLN to be the only possible cause of ACC may lead to inappropriate treatment and prognosis. The relevance of ACC depends on the cause and the severity of the disease, as well as the intensity and the technic of horse riding in each individual case. ACC could not be pre dicted on the basis of findings at rest. Increased neuromuscular activity during exercise could compensate this functional problem in less severe cases. ACC could be a factor in lower respiratory tract problems (e.g.: Relationship of exer cise induced pulmonary haemorrhage and ACC) so it is important to treat the URT and lower respiratory tract as a single unit.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)451-462
Number of pages12
JournalMagyar Allatorvosok Lapja
Volume141
Issue number8
Publication statusPublished - Aug 1 2019

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Arytenoid Cartilage
respiratory system
cartilage
Respiratory System
Horses
horses
peripheral nervous system diseases
exercise
Exercise
horse riding
Pressure
endoscopy
athletes
Mechanics
mechanics
Athletes
disease severity
gold
Endoscopy
prognosis

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Kinga, J., Gergo, N., Zsófia, B., Anna, T. L., Szenci, O., & Orsolya, K. (2019). A kannaporckollapszus jelentosege és annak lehetséges okai lovakban Irodalmi összefoglalo. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 141(8), 451-462.

A kannaporckollapszus jelentosege és annak lehetséges okai lovakban Irodalmi összefoglalo. / Kinga, Joó; Gergo, Németh; Zsófia, Bohák; Anna, Tóth Luca; Szenci, O.; Orsolya, Kutasi.

In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, Vol. 141, No. 8, 01.08.2019, p. 451-462.

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Kinga, J, Gergo, N, Zsófia, B, Anna, TL, Szenci, O & Orsolya, K 2019, 'A kannaporckollapszus jelentosege és annak lehetséges okai lovakban Irodalmi összefoglalo', Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, vol. 141, no. 8, pp. 451-462.
Kinga, Joó ; Gergo, Németh ; Zsófia, Bohák ; Anna, Tóth Luca ; Szenci, O. ; Orsolya, Kutasi. / A kannaporckollapszus jelentosege és annak lehetséges okai lovakban Irodalmi összefoglalo. In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja. 2019 ; Vol. 141, No. 8. pp. 451-462.
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