Equine dental disease part 4: a long-term study of 400 cases: apical infections of cheek teeth.

@article{Dixon2000EquineDD,
  title={Equine dental disease part 4: a long-term study of 400 cases: apical infections of cheek teeth.},
  author={P M Dixon and W Henry Tremaine and K J Pickles and Lawrence R. Kuhns and C Hawe and Jenny McCann and Bruce C McGorum and Dawn Railton and Sarah Brammer},
  journal={Equine veterinary journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={182-94}
}
Of 400 horses referred because of equine dental disease, 162 suffered from primary apical infections of their cheek teeth (CT), including 92 with maxillary CT infections and 70 with mandibular CT infections. Maxillary swellings and sinus tracts were more common (82 and 26% incidence, respectively) with infections of the rostral 3 maxillary CT, than with infections of the caudal 3 maxillary CT (39 and 5% incidence, respectively). Nasal discharge was more commonly present with caudal (95%) than… CONTINUE READING

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