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Are We Overlooking EOTRH in Senior Horses?

Veterinarians have only recently described this dental disorder, which primarily affects older horses’ incisors and canines. Because EOTRH comes on slowly and insidiously, many owners and their vets don’t pick up on it until it’s in its late—and painful—stages, one equine dental specialist says.

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Controlling EHV-1 Outbreaks: Best Practices

EHV-1 can spread between horses before they show any signs of infection, creating a potential perfect storm for a significant disease outbreak. An infectious disease expert shares steps you can take to stop disease spread.

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How to Measure Back Pain in Horses

When a horse shows signs of poor performance, rearing or bucking under saddle, and sensitivity when grooming, an owner might conclude that he has a sore back. But when is an issue truly back pain, and when is it secondary to another orthopedic issue? One veterinarian weighs in.

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Objectively Evaluating SI Injuries in Horses

Diagnosing SI injuries in horses remains challenging. One veterinarian recommends practitioners rule out other causes of pain when making a diagnosis and take a systemic approach using all available modalities.

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Tips for Handling an Equine Infectious GI Disease Outbreak

Strangles on the Farm: What Do You Do?

Strangles is highly contagious and can spread rapidly through horse populations and barns, so quick containment is essential. One veterinarian offers his tips on how to stop strangles from spreading.

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long pastern bone damage in sport horses

Long Pastern Bone Damage in Sport Horses

MRI is allowing vets to identify lameness conditions that were harder to evaluate in the past. One such ailment, most frequently found in sport horses, is osseous trauma of the long pastern bone’s sagittal groove. Here’s what they’ve learned so far about this condition.

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Equine Recurrent Uveitis

Equine Recurrent Uveitis: The Latest

Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU) is an incurable and painful eye condition that can result in vision loss and reduce affected horses’ function and value. Here’s a look at the latest research and findings on this frustrating condition.

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