Learn how computed tomography (CT), MRI, and nuclear scintigraphy can help vets diagnose issues within horses' bodies.
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Sinusitis could be a complication from intubation, but one vet said the procedure's benefits still outweigh the risks.
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October 11, 2014
Learn how computed tomography (CT), MRI, and nuclear scintigraphy can help vets diagnose issues within horses' bodies.... Read More
September 14, 2014
Sinusitis could be a complication from intubation, but one vet said the procedure's benefits still outweigh the risks.... Read More
July 26, 2013
He was euthanized due to an inoperable mass in multiple sinus cavities and around his optic nerves. ... Read More
December 28, 2011
Though there are many causes of runny noses in horses, one-sided nasal discharge is often caused by sinusitis.... Read More
September 24, 2010
Sinonasal disease is challenging to treat, which is why some surgeons voluntarily choose to take a "second look" a few days after surgery to ensure nothing was initially overlooked.... Read More
July 16, 2009
July 03, 2009
A few years ago, a magazine article describing a minimally-invasive treatment for people with chronic sinusitis caught the eye and imagination of Chris Bell, DVM. What if such a treatment could be adapted for use in horses?
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April 01, 2000
Off-label drug use, which technically was illegal until recently, might be one of the most beneficial things we as veterinarians do in the treatment of disease in animals. The technically illegal part was a result of the way a drug was licensed... Read More
July 01, 1998
The main goal of the respiratory system is to transfer oxygen from the air we breathe to the red blood cells, where the oxygen will be transported throughout the body and be available for all organs and tissues. In addition, carbon dioxide, a waste... Read More