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D isorders of equine incisors are common, and traumatic fractures or abrasive wear may result in pulpitis with secondary periapical disease and eventual pulp death. 1 Young horses are particularly prone to traumatic fractures of the incisors, and

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would not be significantly different. Materials and Methods Forty fresh equine larynges were collected from an abattoir. The soft tissues surrounding the actual laryngeal cartilage were left in situ. Normal saline-soaked gauze was used to wrap each

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Introduction Lameness is a common problem in horses. Equine veterinarians are often called upon to diagnose the source of lameness and institute appropriate treatment to return horses to soundness promptly. A lameness examination typically

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I nvestigation of factors contributing to gastric disease is paramount to optimizing equine gastric health. Of diseases impacting the equine stomach, equine gastric ulcer syndrome (EGUS) is the most common. Equine gastric ulcer syndrome is divided

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W ater treadmill (WT) exercise has become a popular training and rehabilitation modality for equine athletes over the past decade. Parallel with the spread of the WT in research, therapy centers, or private yards, practical guidelines for

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-1–Fc in the presence of human IL-7, SCF, and FLT3L and subsequently maintained in cytokine-free medium. 28 To the authors’ knowledge, in vitro conditions for B-cell differentiation for the equine species have not been described, and such

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I t is well recognized that dental disease prevalence increases in older horses, particularly in horses over 15 years of age. 1 – 5 Disease conditions such as diastemata, periodontal disease, infundibular caries, and equine odontoclastic tooth

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help of a faculty advisor. This Professional Development module can include externships or advanced rotations and courses, such as equine techniques and a business management course. Innovations and fine-tuning Since we made this dramatic shift in

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-inflammatory cytokines, 7 has also been evaluated for treatment of equine superficial digital flexor tendon (SDFT) injury. 8 In naturally occurring SDFT injury, treatment with ACS was compared to controls, which were either injected with saline solution or had no

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specialists and staff at the referral center. In equine practice, veterinary teams are often small, and the change in team size that results from patient referral is noticeable. As the number of individuals involved in a horse's care increases, it is likely

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