Post-Colic-Surgery Salmonellosis and Long-Term Prognosis

Salmonella and Colitis in Horses

Salmonellosis and colitis–two equine ailments that are commonly associated with each other–are a bit like the chicken and the egg: you don’t always know which came first, according to Jamie DeFazio, CVT, VTS-EVN.

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Testing for (AAEP Convention 2008)

Clostridium difficile bacteria can cause severe, sometimes fatal colitis in horses. When a horse develops severe diarrhea (particularly if blood is present), C. difficile might be suspected, but veterinarians must confirm the infectio

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