|Title||Laryngeal Chondritis in Sheep in Iceland|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Sigurðardóttir, ÓG, Jörundsson, E, Friðriksdóttir, V|
|Journal||Journal of Comparative Pathology|
Laryngeal chondritis is a chronic disease in sheep with low morbidity, high mortality and unresolved pathogenesis. The disease has been recognized recently in Iceland and affects both ewes and rams. Animals of different ages are affected, but lambs and yearlings predominate. The disease is seen in housed animals and most cases occur during the late winter months. We report the gross and microscopical findings in 45 cases of laryngeal chondritis in Icelandic sheep.