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Causes of death in racehorses over a 2 year period.
Necropsies were performed on 496 horses that had a fatal injury or illness at a California racetrack during the period February 20th 1990 to March 1st 1992. The primary cause of death was categorisedExpand
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Fatal musculoskeletal injuries incurred during racing and training in thoroughbreds.
OBJECTIVE To characterize and contrast data from Thoroughbreds that incurred a fatal musculoskeletal injury (FMI; injury resulting in death or euthanasia) during racing or training and data from allExpand
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Anticoagulant Rodenticides on our Public and Community Lands: Spatial Distribution of Exposure and Poisoning of a Rare Forest Carnivore
Anticoagulant rodenticide (AR) poisoning has emerged as a significant concern for conservation and management of non-target wildlife. The purpose for these toxicants is to suppress pest populationsExpand
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Circovirus-Like Infection in a Pigeon
4,7,10-13 These viruses are similar in that they are small (15-17 nm), icosahedral, and nonenveloped and contain single-stranded circular DNA. Each virus, however, has distinct DNA sequences andExpand
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Relationship between race start characteristics and risk of catastrophic injury in thoroughbreds: 78 cases (1992).
OBJECTIVE To investigate relationships of several racehorse characteristics and race conditions with risk of a catastrophic musculoskeletal injury (CMI) resulting in euthanasia in ThoroughbredsExpand
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Hoof size, shape, and balance as possible risk factors for catastrophic musculoskeletal injury of Thoroughbred racehorses.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate hoof size, shape, and balance as risk factors for catastrophic musculoskeletal injuries (CMI), including suspensory apparatus failure (SAF) and cannon bone condylar fractureExpand
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Systemic Neosporosis in a California Black-Tailed Deer (Odocoileus Hemionus Columbianus)
to Neospora infection develop a parasite-specific antibody response that may provide valuable information on the exposure status of the cow. At this point, however, neither fetal nor maternalExpand
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Trichomonas stableri n. sp., an agent of trichomonosis in Pacific Coast band-tailed pigeons (Patagioenas fasciata monilis)☆
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Lesions and Transmission of Experimental Adenovirus Hemorrhagic Disease in Black-tailed Deer Fawns
Adenovirus infection was the cause of an epizootic of hemorrhagic disease that is believed to have killed thousands of mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) in California during the latter half of 1993. AExpand
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A Retrospective Study of Circovirus Infection in Pigeons: Nine Cases (1986–1993)
Circovirus infections were diagnosed in 12 pigeons from the United States, 4 pigeons from Australia, and 1 pigeon from Canada (1986-1993). Circovirus was identified by electron microscopicExpand
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