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Journal May 2009 (Vol 31, No 5)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Laryngeal Paralysis in Dogs CE Article #1

1. The most common cause of acquired laryngeal paralysis is
2. The muscle responsible for abduction of the arytenoid cartilages during inspiration is the ________ muscle.
3. Laryngeal paralysis has been identified as a congenital condition in
4. Which is an early sign of laryngeal paralysis?
5. Which anesthetic protocol decreases laryngeal function in at least 50% of normal dogs?
6. Regarding partial laryngectomy, which statement is true?
7. The most common complication after unilateral arytenoid lateralization is
8. Which factor is associated with a higher rate of complications or death after UAL in dogs with laryngeal paralysis?
9. Which statement is true?
10. Approximately ________ of dogs experience improvement in upper airway resistance and exercise tolerance following arytenoid lateralization.
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