Target Vitamin E Deficiency Early to Improve Outcomes of Horses with EMND

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The prognosis for horses with equine motor neuron disease (EMND) caused by prolonged vitamin E deficiency is usually poor, but veterinarians from the University of Minnesota showed that early diagnosis and treatment can help these animals. Equine motor neuron disease is usually diagnosed too late for the veterinarian to help the animal, said Holly E. Bedford, DVM, MS, who presente

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