Managing headshaking in horses: an update

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Abstract

It is not uncommon for equine vets to be asked to examine a horse which is exhibiting headshaking. This article covers my approach to reaching a diagnosis in these cases. I find that trigeminal-mediated headshaking is often the definitive diagnosis, and the article covers the current published treatment options, highlighting the latest advances.

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