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Periparturient Hemorrhage in a Mare
This case report of a mare that began hemorrhaging into her abdomen soon after parturition illustrates how preliminary laboratory work, careful observations, and prompt treatment allowed for the best possible outcome.
Gastric Ulcers in Performance Horses
The many risk factors predisposing horses to gastric ulcers can be greatly reduced if skilled veterinary professionals properly educate clients on this complex disease.
Equine Pythiosis: An Overview
Pythiosis is a noncontagious disease caused by Pythiosis insidiosum, a fungus-like, protozoan organism.
Cantharidin Toxicosis from Blister Beetles in Horses
Blister beetles, also known as Spanish fly, contain a toxic substance called cantharidin that can severely injure or kill horses.