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  1. Ddsp Or Horse "roaring"

    Hi, I am a graduate student at the University of Kentucky in the Biomedical Engineering Department. I am working on a study involving the treatment of dorsal displacement of the soft palate, or DDSP. I am looking for three horses with DDSP to participate in my month long study, after which they would be returned to their owners. The study involves injecting the soft palates with a natural substance that decreases vibrations and displacements of the palate. If anyone has a horse that could fit this study, please let me know. I am more than willing to answer any questions or concerns. Thank you!
  2. Ddsp

    Hi, I am a graduate student at the University of Kentucky in the Biomedical Engineering Department. I am working on a study involving the treatment of dorsal displacement of the soft palate, or DDSP. I am looking for three horses with DDSP to participate in my month long study, after which they would be returned to their owners. The study involves injecting the soft palates with a natural substance that decreases vibrations and displacements of the palate. If anyone has a horse that could fit this study, please let me know. I am more than willing to answer any questions or concerns. Thank you!