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by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Sep 27, 2022
These difficult-to-diagnose conditions can undermine a horse’s balance and coordination.
by Erica Larson | May 18, 2022
From imaging to diagnostic tests, vets have many ways to help horses with EPM, wobbler syndrome, and spinal cord injuries.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment | Apr 19, 2022
The most common horse vertebral issues seen over a decade at one diagnostic lab were wobbler syndrome, fracture/subluxation, and abnormal spinal curvature.
by Stephanie L. Church, Editorial Director | Aug 31, 2021
Learn from Dr. Jennifer Janes, part of the University of Kentucky’s CSI team for horse diseases, conditions, and poisonings.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Mar 3, 2021
Gait-altering conditions such as EPM, wobbler syndrome, and Lyme disease can be tricky to spot and even more difficult to diagnose.
by Rachel Gottlieb, DVM | Aug 5, 2020
Find out what a veterinarian might look for when examining a horse that loses his balance after jumping a fence.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Mar 13, 2020
Two leading genetics researchers described current and upcoming tests for a variety of heritable equine conditions.
by Equine Disease Quarterly | Jan 16, 2018
Diagnostic evaluation begins with a neurologic exam to localize the lesion and continues with more focused testing.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Sep 26, 2017
Quantitative information provides better data for determining treatment and prognosis, researchers said.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Apr 17, 2017
A custom-designed equine CT table and a commercial Big Bore scanner make it possible to image neck lesions in horses.
by Stephanie L. Church, Editorial Director | Nov 21, 2016
The decision, one veterinarian says, involves balancing rider and safety, liability concerns, and animal welfare.
by Tracy Gantz | Aug 1, 2016
Learn about less common but more difficult to diagnose upper body lamenesses in horses.