Back Pain in Horses

Learn how your horse’s back works and causes of and treatments for equine back pain, with biomechanics researcher Dr. Hilary Clayton of Michigan State University.

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Bacterial/Fungal Skin Problems in Horses

Dr. Stephen White of the University of California, Davis, discusses common skin problems in horses resulting from bacterial/fungal infections, such as pyoderma, vasculitis, and Staphylococcus infections. Treatments are also covered.

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Eye Issues in Horses

Learn about many aspects of equine ophthalmology, including common horse eye problems such as ulcers and uveitis, along with medical and surgical treatments.

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Agrosecurity, You, and Your Horses

Discussion of threats to U.S. agrosecurity (security of agriculture industries) and ways we can protect ourselves and our horses from intentional and unintentional threats.

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Regenerative Therapies for Sport Horse Injuries

Dr. Duncan Peters of the Hagyard Equine Medical Institute discusses regenerative therapies (such as stem cell therapy and platelet-rich plasma) for healing injuries common to sport horses.

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Equine Pharmacology, Therapeutics, and Toxicology

The equine pharmacology, therapeutics, and toxicology program at the Gluck Equine Research Center focuses on interactions among performance-enhancing drugs and therapeutic medications in performance horses. Early work focused on the detection o

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Antiviral Therapy of Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy

Recent EHV-1 outbreaks have been alarming in their high neurological attack rate in both vaccinated and unvaccinated horses. Therapeutic intervention with antiviral nucleoside analogs may limit the spread of the virus during an active EHV-1 outbreak while protecting infected horses from the crippling effects of severe neurological disease.

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Equine Tapeworms: Do They Cause Disease?

Dr. Martin Nielsen of the Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Copenhagen reviews the controversial topic of whether or not tapeworms can be considered serious pathogens of the horse. His conclusions may impact your anthelmintic selection choices.

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Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy

Stephanie Valberg, DVM, PhD, professor of large animal medicine and director of the University of Minnesota’s Equine Center discussed PSSM at the AAEP Convention 2006. The disorder causes muscle pain, stiffness, and cramping, and some horses

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