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A new approach to facial nerve paralysis

The facial nerve runs down both sides of a horse’s face. It keeps the muscles associated with the horse’s facial expression moving, but does not affect the chewing of food. However, paralysis of the lips due to nerve damage may cause ‘quidding’ and drooling, which often results in half-chewed grass and saliva falling out of

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