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[RC] Equine TMJ - Ridecamp Guest

Please Reply to: sarah metcalf dvm smetcalf@xxxxxxxxxx or ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Second, don't forget to have someone who understands the anatomy check the 
lingual hyoid bone and temporo-mandibular joints as well.  The area of the 
TMJ is poorly understood in the vet world and is one of the most 
neurologically active areas in the body.

Kim Henneman, DVM, CVA, CVC
Park City  UT  USA >>>>>>

Dear Kim,

What do you mean by neurologically active? I would like to understand the 
equine TMJ better.


Sarah Metcalf DVM

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