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Emerging outbreaks associated with equine coronavirus in adult horses
Abstract The purpose of this study was to describe clinical, hematological and fecal PCR results from 161 horses involved in outbreaks associated with ECoV. The outbreaks happened at fourExpand
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Mutations in MITF and PAX3 Cause “Splashed White” and Other White Spotting Phenotypes in Horses
During fetal development neural-crest-derived melanoblasts migrate across the entire body surface and differentiate into melanocytes, the pigment-producing cells. Alterations in this preciselyExpand
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Blood glucose concentrations in critically ill neonatal foals.
REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY Critical illness is associated with hyperglycemia in humans, and a greater degree and duration of hyperglycemia is associated with nonsurvival. Hypoglycemia is also seenExpand
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Characterization of Clostridium difficile isolates from foals with diarrhea: 28 cases (1993-1997).
OBJECTIVE To determine molecular characteristics of Clostridium difficile isolates from foals with diarrhea and identify clinical abnormalities in affected foals. DESIGN Retrospective study. Expand
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Clinical and biochemical abnormalities in endurance horses eliminated from competition for medical complications and requiring emergency medical treatment: 30 cases (2005-2006).
OBJECTIVE To describe the clinical and clinicopathologic abnormalities in endurance horses eliminated from competition and requiring emergency medical treatment. DESIGN Retrospective study over aExpand
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Neonatal Foal Diarrhea
  • K. G. Magdesian
  • Medicine
  • Veterinary Clinics of North America: Equine…
  • 26 July 2005
Diarrhea is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality in the neonatal foal. Numerous noninfectious and infectious agents are responsible for enterocolitis and enteritis. This article provides anExpand
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Juvenile idiopathic epilepsy in Egyptian Arabian foals: 22 cases (1985-2005).
BACKGROUND Epilepsy is relatively uncommon in horses compared with other species and limited information is available. HYPOTHESIS The objectives of the study were to describe the age of onset,Expand
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Purpura haemorrhagica in 53 horses
The medical records of 53 horses with purpura haemorrhagica were reviewed. Seventeen of them had been exposed to or infected with Streptococcus equi, nine had been infected with CorynebacteriumExpand
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Monitoring the critically ill equine patient.
  • K. G. Magdesian
  • Medicine
  • The Veterinary clinics of North America. Equine…
  • 1 April 2004
Measurements of physiologic parameters, such as blood pressure or lactate concentration, are useful to detect occult derangements, such as tissue hypoxia and dysoxia. These tools are also useful inExpand
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Evaluation of deafness in American Paint Horses by phenotype, brainstem auditory-evoked responses, and endothelin receptor B genotype.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate deafness in American Paint Horses by phenotype, clinical findings, brainstem auditory-evoked responses (BAERs), and endothelin B receptor (EDNBR) genotype. DESIGN Case seriesExpand
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