Equine Collection Archive

Investigation of Back Pain

Presenter: Jane Boswell VetMB MA CertVA CertES(Orth) DipECVS MRCVS
ECVS and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Equine Surgery

Category: Equine Collection

Back pain is a frequent cause of poor performance in competition horses and yet definitive diagnosis of underlying pathology can be challenging and determining the clinical significance of lesions in the back and correlating with clinical signs can be difficult. Diagnosis is usually based on physical examination, diagnostic imaging (including…

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Published on: 23.05.2013
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Getting the Most Out Of Examining the Equine Cardiovascular System

Presenter: Dr Lesley Young BVSc DVA DVC DipECEIM PhD MRCVS
RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Cardiology

Category: Equine Collection

Cardiac murmurs are arrhythmias are common in athletic horses and vets in practice need to determine their significance in order to best advise their clients. Cardiac auscultation is still the best way to diagnose cardiac disease in the horse. In 99% of cases in practice a stethoscope and a good…

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Published on: 18.04.2013
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Periodontal Disease - Routine and Referral

Presenter: Chris Pearce BVSc CertEM(IntMed) CertES(SoftTissue) BAEDT MRCVS

Category: Equine Collection

Periodontal disease in horses is a very commonly encountered condition, and can be a real challenge to treat. It may present in many different ways, and in some age groups and populations may be present in up to 80% of horses. This webinar will describe the anatomical, physiological and pathological…

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Published on: 19.03.2013
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The Approach to the Pruritic Horse

Presenter: Professor Andy Durham BSc BVSc CertEP DEIM DipECEIM MRCVS
RCVS & European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine

Category: Equine Collection

Pruritus is a common presenting sign in seen in equine practice. It is most usually a chronic problem causing significant welfare concerns and distress top the horse and owner. In the vast majority of equine cases pruritus will be caused by parasites or allergy. Given relatively limited list of common…

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Published on: 21.02.2013
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Management of Equine Corneal Ulcers

Presenter: Dr Graham Munroe BVSc (Hons) PhD Cert EO DESM Dip ECVS FRCVS
RCVS Recognised Equine Specialist

Category: Equine Collection

Ulcerative keratopathy is one of the most common diseases in equine ophthalmology. Prompt diagnosis and treatment are fundamental to prevent the potential devastating effects on both vision and globe retention. The initial clinical signs are similar to other ocular diseases and an accurate ocular examination and the use of simple…

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Published on: 24.01.2013
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