Insulin Dysregulation and Laminitis

Researchers aren’t sure why insulin dysregulation causes laminitis, but they do have some clues. Dr. Teresa Burns explains.
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Researchers aren’t sure why insulin dysregulation causes laminitis, but they do have some clues. Dr. Teresa Burns explains.

This podcast is an excerpt from our Ask TheHorse Live Q&A, ‘Endocrine-Related Laminitis: Know Your Foe.’ Listen to the full recording here.

Researchers aren’t sure why insulin dysregulation causes laminitis, but they do have some clues. Dr. Teresa Burns explains.5/22/2019 14:00

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Teresa Burns, DVM, MS, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, is an associate professor of equine internal medicine at The Ohio State University, in Columbus. Her research interests include laminitis and endocrine-related diseases in horses.

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