ACVIM Forum 2015
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Researchers confirmed some suspected patterns in PPID clinical signs and identified others they considered surprising.Read More
PPID Horses’ Hair Cortisol Levels Examined
by Erica Larson | May 26, 2017
Scientists theorized that hair cortisol levels could help identify early stage pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction.Read More
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Yes, Your Horse is Neurologic (Or No, He Isn’t)
by Stephanie L. Church, Editorial Director | Aug 26, 2015
Equine veterinarians confirm motion capture could be useful for objective measurements of ataxia, or incoordination.Read More
Using Nutrition to Manage Obesity
by Erica Larson | Aug 21, 2015
Obesity is not just a cosmetic issue. It’s a health issue. Learn how to modify your horse’s diet to help him slim down.Read More
Study: Mycotoxin Causes Bone Marrow Suppression, Hair Loss
by Erica Larson | Aug 18, 2015
Still, the researchers found that spontaneous recovery is possible following trichothecene intoxication in horses.Read More
Heaves and Tracheal Microbiomes: Is There a Connection?
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Researchers learned that the total bacterial load was higher in horses with heaves than in healthy horses, and more.Read More
Gastric Ulcers in Polo Horses: Prevalence and Risk Factors
by Erica Larson | Aug 13, 2015
Researchers found that 69% and 54% of polo ponies examined had glandular and squamous ulcers, respectively.Read More
Upper Eyelids Hold Upper Hand in Subpalpebral Lavage Study
by Stephanie L. Church, Editorial Director | Aug 6, 2015
Lavage systems placed in the upper and lower eyelids developed complications 12.8% and 22.2% of the time, respectively.Read More
Firocoxib, Acetaminophen Eyed as Laminitis Treatments
by Erica Larson | Jul 29, 2015
Firocoxib and acetaminophen showed promise in alleviating acute equine foot pain, researchers found.Read More
Macrolide Antibiotics’ Effects on Sweating in Foals Examined
by Erica Larson | Jul 10, 2015
Researcher found that three commonly used macrolides suppressed foals’ normal sweat responses to varying degrees.Read More
Gastric Ulcer Prevalence in Feral, Domestic Horses Compared
by Erica Larson | Jul 5, 2015
Ulcers were more prevalent in domestic horses than feral ones, but the latter group wasn’t immune to these lesions.Read More