laryngeal

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laryngeal

, laryngal
of or relating to the larynx
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Cushing's disease causes an overproduction of anti-inflammatories in the body and so if the Cushing's disease is treated, it may unmask some conditions that would respond to those anti-inflammatories, such as skin disease, arthritis and theoretically laryngeal paralysis and nerve inflammation, which could explain why the new signs are only being noticed now if you have opted for treatment of the Cushing's disease.
The diagnosis of idiopathic laryngeal paralysis in our case was straightforward as there was no history of a difficult delivery or other obvious causes for the presentation.
The goat was coming from a farm where laryngeal paralysis due to severe copper deficiency outbreak was previously reported.
Associated laryngeal paralysis is a clinical condition merged with other cranial nerve disorders associated with vocal cord paralysis.
In your dog's case this probably wasn't traumatic, but may be a condition of typically older dogs, especially larger breeds, called laryngeal paralysis. This condition occurs because die nerves and muscles that control the larynx fail to completely open parts of this structure during what should be a normal breathing pattern.
The earliest sign of this condition is often a change in the dog's ability to bark, caused by laryngeal paralysis. He may also have trouble eating, and may gag, drool, cough, or vomit.
"Overweight or poorly conditioned dogs are also predisposed, as are dogs with diseases that impair their ability to dissipate heat, such as heart disease, laryngeal paralysis and tracheal collapse," she says.