Martha Mallicote, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM

Martha Mallicote, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, is a large animal clinical assistant professor at the University of Florida. Her interests include neonatology and endocrine disease.

Articles by: Martha Mallicote, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM

UF Researchers Seeking Input on Survey

Researchers at the University of Florida are conducting an equine industry survey to gauge interest for an additional, unique service that could be provided by local equine hospitals.

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Uneven Sweating and Intermittent Lameness in a Horse

My 12-year-old Standardbred mare has developed an unusual sweat pattern. Occasionally, she will limp on the leg closest to the sweat patch but there is no swelling or heat associated with the area. What could cause this issue?

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Melanomas in Horses

Dr. Martha Mallicote of the University of Florida shares information about melanomas, including the prevalence of these cancer tumors in gray horses and specific horse breeds.

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Chronic Equine Weight Loss

While there are numerous causes for weight loss, a methodical evaluation of these horses is more important than the lengthy list of possible diagnoses.

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Chronic Weight Loss

While there are numerous causes for weight loss, a methodical evaluation of these horses is more important than the lengthy list of possible diagnoses.

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