What Do Lyme Disease Titers Mean in Horses?

If a horse tests positive for Lyme disease antibodies, does that mean the horse has the disease? Dr. Eric Swinebroad responds.
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What Do Lyme Disease Titers Mean in Horses?
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If a horse tests positive for Lyme disease antibodies, does that mean the horse has the disease? Dr. Eric Swinebroad responds.

This podcast is an excerpt from our Ask TheHorse Live Q&A, ‘Lyme Disease in Horses.’ Listen to the full recording here.

If a horse tests positive for Lyme disease antibodies, does that mean the horse has the disease? Dr. Eric Swinebroad responds.7/23/2018 13:05

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Eric Lockwood Swinebroad, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, operates Newmarket/Indialantic Equine, a sport horse practice based in New Hampshire and serving clients throughout New England, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Florida. He is a co-author of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine consensus statement “Borrelia burgdorferi Infection and Lyme Disease in North American Horses.

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