University of Kentucky Diagnostic Research Lecture Series


Challenging Foal Case Studies

Drs. Nathan Slovis and Peter Morresey present unique medical and surgical cases involving foals, including heart murmurs, ivermectin overdose, sepsis, foals post dystocia, hernias, fractured ribs, kidney problems, and more.

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Diagnosing Placentitis in Mares

In this University of Kentucky Diagnostic Lecture Series presentation, reproductive specialist Dr. Barry A. Ball shares news diagnostic approaches for identifying placentitis in mares.

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Novel Equine Metabolic Syndrome Therapies

In this UK Lecture Series video, Dr. Amanda Adams defines equine metabolic syndrome (EMS), explains how the EMS horse is more than “just a fat horse,” and presents new treatment and management approaches for this ever-expanding equine condition.

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Lawsonia in Horses and Pigs

Dr. Connie Gebhart of the University of Minnesota’s Veterinary Diagnostics Laboratory shares her research of Lawsonia intracellularis in pigs and horse. The bacterium causes the intestinal disease equine proliferated enteropathy.

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Surgical Treatment of Bone Cysts

Dr. Liz Santschi presents a method of treating of medial femoral condyle subchondral bone cysts in horses using a transcondylar screw technique for the University of Kentucky Diagnostic Lab Lecture Series.

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Burn Injuries in Horses

R. Reid Hanson, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, ACVECC, of Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine discusses the treatment of burn injuries in horses.

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Approach to Assisted Equine Reproduction

Rob Foss, DVM, of Equine Medical Services in Columbia, Mo., discusses equine reproductive technology, including oocyte transfer, embryo cryoperservation, in-vitro oocyte maturation, in-vitro fertilization, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, and more.

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Treating Lower Respiratory Diseases

Evidence-based approaches to treatment of airway disease in horses such as heaves (recurrent airway obstruction or RAO) and inflammatory airway disease (IAD), with Dr. Laurent Couetil of Purdue University.

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